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Part I. Observations of the Tkansii of Venus Made December 6, 

1882, AT THE UnIVERSTTY OF VIRGINIA I 

Francis H. Smith and Ormond Stone 

Part 2. Tail of Comet 1883, II 9 

F. P. Leavenworth and John Jones 

Part 3. Nebula of Orion, 1885 29 

Ormond Stone and F. P. Leavenworth 

Part 4. Double Stars, 1885-86 45 

F. P. Leavenworth and Frank Muller 

Part 5. Durchmusterung — 23** 99 

Ormond Stone, F. P. Leavenworth, H. C. Wilson, H. V. 
Egbert, and John Jones 

Part 6. Southern Nebulae 173 

Ormond Stone, F. P. Leavenworth, Frank Muller, and 
N. M. Parrish 

Part 7. Nebula of OrioUy 1886-94 245 

Ormond Stone 



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Observations oftheTransitofVenus, 



Made December 6, 1882, at the 



UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. 



BY 



FRANCIS H. SMITH, LL.D., Professor of Natural Philosophy, 



AND 



ORMOND STONE, M. A., Director of the Observatory. 



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TRANSIT OF VENUS, DECEMBER 6, 1882. 



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REPORT OF PROFESSOR SMITH. 



The instrument used was a six-inch silvered glass reflecting telescope made by 
Home and Thorn thwaite of London, and equatorially mounted. It was placed 
on the northern portico of the Rotunda buildings, as giving a steady support in 
consequence of its massive substructure, together with the needed privacy. 
From its eastern and western sides it commanded a view of the entire transit, 
save for perhaps one hour of the latter half of the phenomenon. The telescope 
was transferred from the eastern to the western side of the portico in the interval 
between second and third contacts. In both positions it was adjusted to me- 
ridian lines previously determined, so that motion by the tangent screw about the 
polar axis alone kept the planet in the middle of the field. The eye-piece used 
was the lower of the two powers furnished with the telescope, the higher eye- 
piece being unsatisfactory in its definition. The magnifying power of the eye- 
piece employed was augmented by a Barlow lens. Its value was 150. The 
shade glasses used were adapted to the varying conditions of the morning and 
afternoon observations. 

The time was determined by means of a Parkinson & Frodsham astronomical 
clock placed in the Physical Cabinet, and observed by two of my pupils, Messrs. 
Huffaker and Barton, who were directed to hold no communication with each 
other during the observations, but to make independent records of the time 
signals, and on no account to alter in any way the record made at the time. 
The signals were made by a telegraphic sounder placed near them but hidden 
from view, and connected by a copper wire with a battery and with the signal 
key under the hand of the observer at the telescope on the distant portico. Two 
assistants stood near the observer: one, Mr. Suter, to mark the time with a 
watch previously and subsequently compared with the clock before mentioned, 
(merely as a check on the other time markers), and the other, Mr. Chappell, to 



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* TRANSIT OF VENUS, DECEMBER 6. 1882, 

record the meaning of the signals in order. The recommendations of the Naval 
Observatory authorities in this regard, were adopted, and the signals were 
registered by each as A, B, C, etc. , to avoid confusion. No attempt was made to 
adjust either the error or rate of the clock. It was simply wound up and set 
running, and so left without the slightest interference. It was compared in- 
directly on several occasions through watch Rockford 7952 and chronometer 
Wm. Bond & Son 332, with the noon mean time signals telegraphed from Wash- 
ington City. 

The morning of December 6, 1882, was most unpromising. Thick clouds 
obscured the sun at this place from sunrise till after the time of first external 
contact. When at last the outline of the solar disc was caught^ the planet was 
near internal contact. The neutral tint shade glass, which was attached to the 
eye-piece, happened by good fortune to be of the exact depth to give good defini- 
tion of the sun and Venus, under the degree of haziness then existing, so that 
the observations of first internal contact are regarded as being entitled to con- 
fidence. In addition, the outlines of the two discs were entirely steady — with no 
such undulations running round them as would doubtless have been encountered, 
had the sky been clear, and no vagueness of definition, due to tremors produced 
by wind, for the atmosphere was comparatively still. 

Before the last contacts occurred, the sky grew clear and it became necessary 
to provide a deeper shade glass. This was extemporized by a combination of 
colored glasses accessible, giving a reddish purple tint. The tint of the field was 
thus different from that used in the morning, a change which was not of choice 
but necessity. The wind rose too, and was particularly strong at the instants of 
contact, giving some injurious tremor to the images, the telescope being unpro- 
tected. This effect was however fitful, and is not believed to have occurred at 
the exact instants of the signals. The chief impediment was the irregular but 
minute undulations running round the outlines of the discs, and due perhaps to 
air currents caused by the heat of the unobscured sun. The observer, however, 
feels a good degree of reliance on the accuracy of the last exclamations **not 
yet'* and the signal "past." 

The original pencil records of the different assistants have been transferred to 
the observatory. The results are given in the appendix. 

In conclusion, I may note the entire absence of the so-called ^^ black drop,*^ 
The contacts were geometrical, and were quite as good as could have been ex- 
pected, with the magnifying power used. 

FRANCIS H. SMITH. 

University of Virginia, December 7, 1882. 



REPORT OF PROFESSOR STONE. 



REPORT OF PROFESSOR STONE. 



The observations at the observatory were made by myself, Mr. F. P. Leaven- 
worth noting the time by sidereal chronometer, Wm. Bond & Sons, 332. The 
telescope employed was made by Edward Kahler, of Washington. It was equa- 
torially mounted on a tripod, and had an aperture of 10 centimetres, and focal 
distance of 140 centimetres. 

The full aperture was used, with a negative eye-piece having a magnifying 
power of about 200. The sun shade, which gave a neutral tint, was composed of 
three glasses loosely fitted in their cell. 

The position of a point just east of the dome was determined by Messrs. Sin- 
clair and Parsons, of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, during the preceding 
summer. The results of their field reductions have been kindly sent me by Mr. 
Cutts, the Assistant in charge of the Office at Washington, as follows: 

Longitude, ^ 14°* s'lp west of Greenwich, 

= S S3«'S ** ** Washington; 

Latitude 38® 2' i:'2 north. 

whence, applying the corresponding reductions, we have for the centers of the 
observatory dome and the rotunda of the university : 



Observatory. 


Rotunda. 


Longitude, 5* 14" s?22 


5** 14"" o!68 west of Greenwich, 


— 5 ^Z'"^^ 


5 48.64 ** ** Washington; 


Latitude, 38° 2' lU 


38° 2' ii!'4 north. 



The observatory is situated at the summit of a hill, having, upon the authority 
of Professor Thornton, an approximate altitude of 259 metres above mean low 
tide at Richmond. 

The first contact was lost by clouds. At second contact the clouds became 
suddenly thinner, and an observation was made by reflection from a sheet of 
white paper, the sun shade having been removed and there not being time to re- 
place it. Soon afterward the sky began to clear, and there was only a slight hazi- 
ness at time of third contact, while at the last it was perfectly clear. The limb 



6 TRANSIT OF VENUS, DECEMBER 6, t8Ha, 

was not very steady at either observation, though I should not rank the state of 
the atmosphere much below medium^ say 2 on a scale of 5. 

Second Contact, — Called time at i4** 22" 38*. More careful focusing showed 
that the contact had not yet occurred. Called time again at 14^ 23'' 20*. If any- 
thing, this was a little early, say 5*. At 14** 24" 4", contact was certainly past. 
But little confidence is placed in the observation of this contact. Observed 

through dense clouds. 

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Third Contact, — Shooting black lines, connecting limbs of sun and planet, were 
seen at 19** 46" 57'. At 19** 47" 15* these lines occupied a space having a length 
equal to perhaps one-sixth the circumference of Venus. At 19*" 47" 30% contact 
had not yet taken place. Time was called at 19** 47" 40". This was estimated, 
at the time, to be 2* late. A little cloudy; limb of the sun tremulous. 

Fourth Contact. — Contact had not yet taken place at 20** 7" 33". Time was 
called at 20'' 7" 36*, when the notch became no longer visible; limb of sun trem- 
ulous; observation somewhat uncertain. 

ORMOND STONE. 

University of Virginia, December 8, 1882. 



APPENDIX. 



APPENDIX. 



I. Comparison of Time-Pieces. 

Wm. Bond & Son, 33a, was compared at the University Office of the Western 
Union Telegraph Company, with the noon time signals from the U. S. Naval 
Observatory, Washington, on three occasions, as follows : 

1883 Bond 332. Bond 332 fast by signals. 





h. 


m. 


s. 


m. 


s. 


Dec. 2 


16 


59 


28.8. 


5 


50-9 


4 


17 


7 


19.0 


5 


47.9 


6 


17 


IS 


6.1 


5 


41.9 



Comparisons of Bond 332 with Rockford 7952 gave: 



1882 


Bond 332 


Rockford 7952 


R.— B. 


• 


h. m. s. 


h. m. s. 


h. m. s. 


Dec. 4 


17 2 45.6 


5 50.0 


7 3 4.4 


6 


17 32 28.6 


30 30.0 


6 58 1.4 



Comparison of Parkinson & Frodsham with Rockford 7952 gave: 



1882 




P. &F 


1 

• 


Rockford 


7952. 


P. 


&F. 


— R. 




h. 


m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


)ec. 4 


17 


16 


II. 





40 


20.0 


16 


35 


51.0 


4 


14 


8 


lO.O 


21 


35 


15.0 


16 


32 


55.0 


5 


18 


3 


16.4 


I 


30 


15.0 


16 


33 


1.4 


5 


20 


41 


35.8 


4 


8 


30.0 


16 


33 


5.8 


6 


17 


33 


57.5 


I 





25.0 


16 


33 


32-5 


6 


17 


36 


43.0 


I 


3 


10. 


16 


33 


33.0 


6 


19 


S3 


4.8 


3 


19 


30.0 


16 


33 


34.8 



7 17 58 47.8 I 24 40.0 16 34 7.8 



8 



TRANSIT OF VENUS, DECEMBER' 6, 1882. 



Comparisons of Parkinson & Frodsham with Bond 332 gave: 



1882 


P. ^F. 






Bond 


332- 


P. & F.— B. 




h. m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


m. s. 


Dec. 7 


21 50 


30.0 


22 


22 


40.2 


— 32 10.2 


8 


16 58 


43-5 


17 


33 


26.8 


— 34 43-3 


8 


17 5 


0.0 


17 


39 


44.0 


— 34 44- 



A change was evidently made on December 4 in the Rockford watch. An error 
of one minute has also been assumed in that day's comparison of it with the 
Parkinson & Frodsham clock. 

2. Observations of Contacts. 









Professor 


Smith. 










Phase 




11. 








III. 






IV. 






h. 


m. 


s. 




h. 


m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


Not yet 


13 


54 


91 




19 


18 


330 




• ■ ■ 




Contact 


13 


54 


34-^ 




19 


18 


50-5 


19 


38 


58.9 


Past 


13 


55 


33- 1 




19 


19 


16.5 




• • • 




Clock slow 




22 


14.0 


> 




22 


56.3 




23 


0.1 








Professor 


Stone. 












h. 


m. 


s. 




h. 


m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


Not yet 


14 


22 


38.4 




19 


47 


30.0 


20 


7 


33- 


Contact 


14 


23 


24.5 




19 


47 


38.0 


20 


7 


36.5 


Past 


14 


24 


4.0 




19 


47 


40.0 




• • • 




Clock fast 




5 


48.1 






5 


47.6 




5 


47.6 



Corrected Times of Contacts in Washington Mean Time. 

Professor Smith, 



Phase 




II. 






III. 






IV. 






h. 


m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


Not yet 


21 


15 


19. 1 


2 


39 


32.0 




• • . 




Contact 


21 


15 


440 


2 


39 


49.4 


2 


59 


58-3 


Past 


21 


16 


42.8 


2 


40 


154 




• • • 










Professor 


Stone, 












h. 


m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


h. 


m. 


s. 


Not yet 


21 


15 


46.2 


2 


39 


45.1 


a 


59 


44.8 


Contact 


21 


16 


32.1 


2 


39 


53-0 


2 


59 


48.3 


Past 


21 


17 


I'. 5 


• 

2 


39 


55.0 




• . . 





TAIL OF COMET 1882, II. 



TAIL OF COMET 1882, II. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 



1882. October 3. Observer: Leavenworth. [Naked eye.] 

16* 30"*. [Rough sketch shows that lower edge of tail extended di- 
rectly toward a Hydrae.] 

October 3. Observer : Jones. Naked eye. 

16* 25"* to 17* o**. At the beginning of this observation the nucleus 

was just above the horizon and was quite bright. The tail is about 15° long 

and 2° wide at the end. (These measures were estimated by applying the 

diameter of the moon mentally.) The lower edge of the tail is convex 

toward the horizon and very sharply defined; the upper edge fades off 

gradually, though tolerably well-defined for 3° or 4° from the nucleus. A 

dark band ran along the tail about J^° to ^° [from the edge] from nucleus 

outward, near the sharp edge ; this band was not distinguishable clear up 

to the nucleus, but blended, and was a little variable, especially so at the end, 

where it was quite wide at times, while it would nearly disappear at other 

times. 

16* 55"*. Dawn begins. 

October 4. Observer : Leavenworth. [Naked eye.] 

17*0". [Rough sketch shows that axis of tail pointed toward a Hydrae.] 
17* 30*"? The tail seemed to keep its whole length although I Hydrae 

had disappeared. 

17* 30"*? Tail almost gone; same brightness for almost the whole 

length except near the nucleus. 



12 TAIL OF COMET 1 882, II. 

17* 40"*. a Hydrae almost gone; tail almost gone. 

17* 43"*. « Hydrae and comet both gone. The sky was much brighter 
at nucleus than at star. The tail of the comet could be seen as a faint lumi- 
nous cloud almost as long as the nucleus itself. Procyon still bright 

October 4. Observer: Jones. Naked eye. 

16* 45"*. , Tail about 15° long and 2° wide; lower side sharp and con- 
vex toward the horizon. The central part of the tail points toward a 
Hydrae whereas yesterday morning the lower curve [edge] continued would 
have passed just above that star; a Hydrae is 6° from end of tail. The 
dark band still remains; in the end of the tail the dark band is central and 
is more variable than that lower down, as the intensity of the light there 
seems to change more perceptibly than in any other part of the tail. The 
greater part of the time the upper side of the end of the tail was longer 
than the lower by about one degree; at oth'sr times the end would be [of J 
nearly [uniform distance from the nucleus] but roundish, though by reason 
of the band it sometimes seemed forked. [A] faint star that was near the 
centre of the tail yesterday is 3° from [i. e. a little above the upper edge of 
the] tail. I estimated angles by holding out my pencil at arm's length, and 
sighting over it, and comparing the distance with that between a and [7*] 
Leonis, assuming them to be 10° apart. 

17* o*". Begins to dawn. 

17* 20"*. Saw a very faint star about 2^ from the tail, 5° below and to 
the left of the other star named. 

17* 30"*. By [this time] all the fainter stars were put out by the twilight, 
but the tail, though quite faint, is still visible nearly its whole length. 

1 7* 40"*. Nearly all the tail has disappeared. 

In about five minutes afterward the nucleus had disappeared at the same 
time with a Hydrae. 

Octobers. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. . 

17* 15"*. There is a black [dark] streak beginning a little way from 
the nucleus and running from a\.o b,2i little nearer [the lower edge of the 
tail] than is given in the drawing. [Drawing omitted.] Just below <2 is a 
faint nebulosity; on the upper side is a well-defined edge, and above it a 
faint nebulosity which toward the end shades into the rest of the tail ; at 
the end, the tail is shaped fish-tail. 

17* 25"*. All upper edge stars and faint part of tail disappeared; also 




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NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 1 3 

fish-tail end has disappeared and all stars in the neighborhood; lower edge 
of tail not gone out, hence brightest (between a and ^). 

17* 30"*. Tail visible two-thirds its [original] length; stars I, 2, 3 still 
visible. 

[Before?] 17* 35"*. Star 3 gone; most of the tail gone, [except] very 
faint band along ab. 

17* 35"*- Star 2 gone; tail very faint except just at nucleus. 

When star i disappeared [rough sketch shows that only a small portion 
of the tail near the nucleus was remaining]. 

Octobers. Observer: Jones. [Naked eye.] 

■ 

16* 30"*. Observations begun. The nucleus and tail both still very 
bright. Tail 15° or 16° long and 2° wide. The middle of the tail still 
points toward a Hydrae. The dark band in the body of the tail is about the 
same, but at the end it seems more marked than on yesterday, and gives the 
tail a forked appearance, the lower prong being a little shorter than the 
upper. Lower edge still slightly convex toward the horizon and sharply de- 
fined; the upper edge for about 3° from nucleus is tolerably well-defined; 
near the nucleus, however, there is a little hazy look about both sides. 

17* o"*. Began to dawn. 

17* 30"*. X Hydrae had disappeared, but the tail of the comet though 
very faint was still visible to about 10° or 12°. 

17* 35"*. Leavenworth began to watch a star \X Hydrae] with field glass 
and [noted its disappearance at] 17* 38"*. By that time the tail to the naked 
eye had disappeared with the exception of about 2° or 3°, very faint, near 
the nucleus, which was still visible. 

17* 43*". The nucleus was still visible, but the only indication of the 
tail was a slight haziness around it. 

17* 46"*. The nucleus had wholly disappeared, and at the same time also, 
a Hydrae. 

October 6. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. 

16* 40*^. Comet seems a little brighter and longer [than hitherto], 
probably because the moonlight is fainter; the moon is closer, however^ 
being near a Leonis. 

17* 16"*. Dawn has hidden parts of tail. 



14 lAIL OF COMET I882, II. 

October 6. Observer: Joxes. [Naked eye.] 

'^35*- Both the tail and nucleus are very bright; length of tail, about 
16^ ; width, about 2^. The lower edge is still well defined, and the upper 
blends with the sky; the dark band from the nucleus outward, is quite 
plain, and is about J'2" from lower edge; the end of the tail is forked, the 
upper prong being a little longer than the lower. The middle of the upper 
half of the tail now points toward a Hydrae. From the nucleus outward 
[i. c. in the direction opposite the sun] the tail is well defined on both sides 
for about 4^ or 5® and is surrounded by a faint envelope [with which, how- 
ever, it blends a little]. 

17* 35**. All the stars in the diagram had gone out in the twilight 
except a Leonis and a Hydrae, but the tail, though fciint, was still visible 
about three-fourths its length. 

17* 40*. About one-third of the tail visible. 

October 7. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. 

16* 40*. a is about ^i distance of / [Hydrae] from comet; stars a, b^ 
c^ and // in a straight line almost; at r is a right angle; / is in line with b and 
g\ a and // in line [with z\ Hydrae]; / has a &int companion just above it. 

17* o". a, star here about 8", just visible; b very faint; [region about] 
c indistinct, [i. e. inner bright portion blends with outer envelope] ; d^ dark 
line seems to run out to edge. 

17* 19". All the stars in the tail gone out. 

October 7. Observer : Jones. [Naked eye.] 

16* 15"*. Time of rising. The lower prong of tail seems longer, but 
varies [pulsates] slowly; the faint part on right prong did not seem perma- 
nent, could see it only occasionally. 

October 8. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. 

16* 30". [Sketch commenced.] Distance from comet to g^ equals dis- 
tance g to //; /, quite bright here, dark above. 

17* 18*. Faint part of tail at b and c gone; just visible at d; star above 
A Hydrae at a gone; star at b visible. 

17* 24"*. Clouds. 

October 8. Observer : Leavenworth. Naked eye. 

17* 12'*. Dawn plain ; could not see the dark streak; faint at a, bright 
along b. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 1 5 

October 8. Observer: Jones. [Naked eye.] 

1 6* 5*^. Time of rising [of comet]. The moon rose almost at the same 
time, but being only a narrow crescent, its light interfered less than on 
any previous night with the [appearance of the] tail of the comet, which' 
on that account seemed a little brighter; the lower fork of the tail is more 
distinct to the naked eye than heretofore, and is very slightly longer than 
the upper; the upper curve of the tail, continued, passes through a Hydrae. 
The faint envelope along the upper side is more marked than it was when 
the moon was brighter the tail is about i8° long and about 2)^° or 3° 
wide. The lower side is sharply defined to within about 4° of the end, 
where it fades off as does the upper side with the exception of 3° or 4^ at 
the nucleus end; the dark band along the lower side is still visible, and the 
end of the tail quite plainly forked; a few more stars descernable than 
before. 

October 9. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. 

16* 30"*. Another star at/; a is probably the star in the tail; ^ is a 
little less distant from tail than c is from d; from e to tail a little less than 
distance from e to d\ i is about as far from tail as c is from lower p[art] ; 
j is at edge of bright streak; k is very faint; distance of dark band from 
edge at / equals two thirds [distance from] c to d; from gto a there seems 
to be a break, it is very faint there; c, A, g, and a are exactly at lower edge; 
j and s are on the upper bright edge ; could not see s yesterday, probably on 
account of [its] being in bright part. 

October 9. Observer: Jones. [Naked eye.] 

16* 30*". [Sketches, one giving the appearance without the position, the 
other giving the position without the appearance.] 

17* o* Began to dawn. 

17* 10^. The faintest stars [visible] to naked eye had gone out; tail 
fainter, but visible whole length. 

17* 20*. All but 5th magnitude stars had disappeared; tail still visible, 
about half as bright as at 17* o"*, and a little shorter, probably a couple of 
degrees. 

17* ZCT. It took sharp looking to see 5th magnitude stars; tail faint 
but visible easily for two-thirds its length, and by careful looking can be 
seen nearly whole length. 

17* 40"*. Tail was very faint, and at first glance could hardly be seen at 



l6 TAIL OF COMET 1 882, II. 

all, but on careful looking was visible about half way; ^. Hydrae could [only] 
just be seen owing to its nearness to the tail. 

17* 50"*. The nucleus had gone out and uncertain glimpses of it could 
barely be caught; a Hydrae could still be seen, but went completely out in 
about three minutes after the nucleus was last seen. 

October 9. Observer: Jones. Field glass. 

16* 30"*. This drawing gives only the position of the comet among the 
stars; as only the outline was drawn at time of observation, the appearance 
of the tail is given in the drawing on page 12 [of the original manuscript], 

October 14. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. 

16*7"*. [Edge of] tail J^ distance from a to ^; at ^ tail indistinct; 
lower, [the] tail seems to run out; stars at/ not visible, think [it] is in the 
edge of tail; / is distant from edge [less than] half [its distance] to j [by] 
less than ar; at m tail blends with bright inner tail. 

17* 15"*. Just finished outline; dawn beginning. 

17* 20"*. The stars at rfhave disappeared, also the outer envelope of tail. 

October 14. Observer: Leavenworth. Naked eye. 

17* 30"*. X Hydrae still seen. [Rough sketch shows tail full length, 
but without outer faint envelope.] 

17* 35"*. X Hydrae gone. [Rough sketch shows tail almost full length, 
but without lower branch of fish tail.] 

17* 43"*. Tail very faint, but runs up half way to a [Hydrae]. 

17* 45"*. Nucleus only visible, very faint; very slight tail, and blurred. 

17* 50"*. Nucleus gone; a Hydrae still plainly visible. 

October 14. Observer: Jones. [Field glass and naked eye.] 

16* 7'^ Since the last observation the comet has moved very perceptibly 
southward; X Hydrae, which was just below at last observation, is now about 
J^° above the upper edge of the tail; the tail is longer than before, being 
about 18° in length (estimated by holding a pencil at arm's length and com- 
paring with distance between a and ;- Leonis assumed 9° apart) ; its width at 
end is about 3° or 3 J^^ ; the dark band from nucleus outward is not so marked 
being scarcely if at all visible to the naked eye ; it can, however, be seen 
with the field glass ; the forks are still quite distinct, and to naked eye almost 



NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 1/ 

of equal length, but the dark space between them did not extend quite as 
low down as usual. 

At i6* 25"* the zodiacal light appeared, but probably did not [appreciably] 
interfere with the comet's brightness. 

October 15. Observer: Leavenworth. [Field glass.] 

1 5* 55"*. [In plotting the right ascensions for stars east of 9* 2'" are too 
great by J^"*.] Dark line at a hard to see. 

16*50'". Finished tail to ^; quite faint at c\ began next at nucleus; 
distance from / to comet about distance from d \.o e\ comet not so well 
defined on lower edge as on the loth [9th astronomical], in fact, rather poorly 
defined ; dark band g faint. 

17* o"*. Outline all finished ; a faint darker streak at h which was lost 
at each end. 

1 7* 5*". Shading completed ; stars marked x not in map [i. e. not plotted 
in advance]. 

October 15. Observer: Jones. Field glass. 

16* o"*. In its general appearance the comet remains the same, but the 
upper side and envelope began to blend a little nearer the nucleus than on 
yesterday; the forked appearance is quite well marked, the lower fork being 
quite sharp and longer. 

\T^ 5"*. Dawn began. 

17* 10*". Tail was quite perceptibly fainter. 

1 7* 1 5**. Tail was still fainter, but quite distinct throughout, and all the 
stars in the neighborhood could be seen without much effort, with the naked 

eye. 

17* 20"*. Tail was distinct except the envelope, but stars fainter than fifth 
magnitude had gone out. 

17* 25"*. Brighter part of tail visible whole length; fifth magnitudes 
still easily found. 

October 15. Observer: Jones. Naked eye. 

16* o''*. [Drawing began.] 

17* 30*". Tail began to shorten, but with a little [effort] could still be 
traced to full length; i, 2, 3 visible. 



l8 TAIL OF COMET I882, II. 

17* 35'". Very faint, but easily seen more than ^ of length; i, 2, 3 

visible. 

17* 40"". Easily seen for ^ length ; I, 2, 3 visible. 

17* 45"*- Tail almost faded out, though lower edge could by sharp 

looking be traced quite a way; i and 3 visible, 2 gone out. Here smoke 
from chimney interfered a little. 

17* 48"*. All had disappeared, but very short tail at nucleus; i and 3 

gone out. 

17* 52"*. Nucleus barely visible with keen looking. 

17* 55"*. Nucleus had gone out. but a Hydrae was still visible. 

October 22. Observer : Leavenworth. Field glass. 

16* o*^. Began ; cloud interferes. 

16* 27"*. Cloud gone from tail; tail is fainter; cannot see the dark 
streak; yes, I can, it is very faint. 

17* o"*. Outline finished; very faint wide streak at ^; ^ exceedingly 
faint; c very faint band. 

17* 15"*. Dawn begins to appear; faint stars at ^and e\ all along the 
edge at k tail is so diffused, can't tell where it ends. 

17* 20"*. Tail at b disappeared. 

17* 25"*. Star at d gone, also tail up to rf, and shape of fish tail and all 
outer edge of tail on upper side. 

17* 40"*. g disappeared; tail all gone above it ; bothered by smoke from 
chimney. 

17* 48"*. All tail disappeared except just at nucleus; / disappeared. 

October 22. Observer: Leavenworth. Naked eye. 

17* 35*^. X Hydrae disappeared. [Sketch shows tail full length except 
fish tail and outer envelope.] 

17* 42*". Tail very faint even at nucleus; nucleus also quite faint; tail 
can be traced almost as far as a Hydrae. 

17* 46*^. Could just see nucleus ; very little tail ; smoke stopped observa- 
tion, a Hydrai still bright. 

October 22. Observer: Jones. Naked eye. 

16* o*^. Since last observation the comet has moved several degrees; 



NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 1 9 

the upper side which was then at k Hydrae is now at the two fifth magnitude 
stars below. The tail is perhaps a little longer; by holding a pencil at arm's 
length between a and f Leonis and applying this to the tail, I estimated the 
length to be about 20°. The forks are still quite plain, but the dark space 
between them is not quite so marked as usual and does not extend down so 
far. The dark band heretofore noticed I could not see either with naked 
eye or glass. The lower edge is still well defined, but probably not quite so 
clear cut as formerly. On the upper side the well defined part is not so well 
defined as before, but blends into the envelope; the brighter part of the 
upper side extends out about one-third the tail's length, but the rest of that 
side of tail blends off so gradually that it is difficult to fix on any definite 
limit, as it seems to the eye to expand and contract slowly. 

October 24. Obser/er: Leavenworth. Field glass. 

16* 10* to 16* 25'". Before moon went down. Moon interferes ; between 
times drew comet; moon almost down when finished. Saw stars a, 6, c, d, 
e, [3 near], [4 around] ^. On the upper side it went out gradually from Jk 
out, so could not determine boundary along there. 

16* 48"*. Moon down. [Began second sketch.] a is distant from tail 
about 6c, Two stars at d not in catalogue. Almost in line with 6 and c, a 
little to the west of the line. Runs in at e to first star; very faint at e; end 
of tail cannot be defined; ill defined all around [the comet]. 

October 24. Observer: Jones. Field glass. 

16* o"*. When observation began the moon had not set, and its light 
obscured all stars below 4th or 5th magnitude to the naked eye and made it 
very difficult to find fainter than 6th magnitude with the glass. Owing to 
the moonlight the tail was faint and not well defined to the naked eye on 
either side. It was, however, visible to its usual length (about 20°) and 
owing to the very gradual blending of the upper side, seemed a little 
narrower than usual, and to the naked eye, rounded [at the end] no forks 
being discernible. 

16* 25"*. The moon was quite low and the tail began to show a decided- 
ly brighter appearance. The lower side became better defined and the stars 
were easily distinguished. 

At about 16* 40"* the moon had set and the tail was at its brightest, and 



2d TAIL OF COMET 1 882, II. 

[with] the naked eye the forks could be tolerably well seen, but so gradually 
does the end blend, that it is very difficult with the glass to tell where it does 
end, and whether it is forked or not. There was no dark band. Along the 
lower side a narrow envelope extends the whole length and blends with the 
tail giving it only a tolerably defined edge. On the upper side the tolerably 
defined part extends out probably 3° or 4°, but the rest of the side blends 
off so gradually that no definite limit can be distinguished. 

October 24. Observer : Jones. Naked eye. 

17* 2Qr. Dawn had begun to show plainly and the tail became slightly 
fainter, but as yet none of the stars visible to the naked eye had gone out. 

17* 35". 5th magnitudes still visible and the tail could easily be seen 
pts] full length. 

17* 45**- 5th magnitudes could still be seen by keen looking, but the 
tail was quite faint and had begun to shorten a little. 

17* 50"*. A hazy cloud near and haze about the comet, but th6 tail 
could be seen about half its length ; X and v Hydrae visible. 

17* 55**. The cloud had increased and obscured the nucleus and all the 
stars except a Hydrae. 

November 2. Observer: Leavenworth. 

17* lo*^. Tail can be seen better with naked eye. Outline very faint 
from d on ; edge indistinct beyond e ; tail shades off very gradually from d 
up. Nucleus was in line with / and g almost, a little above line between k 
and a. (Mistake. Nucleus in line with g and A). [Dotted line shows limit 
seen by naked eye.] 

November 2. Observer: Leavenworth. Naked eye. 

About 17* 30"*. Dawn. Moon [crescent] and about same right ascen- 
sion [as comet]. 

17* 35*". Double stars below disappeared. [Rough sketch shows tail 
extending about four-fifths distance from nucleus to star ; outer envelope has 
disappeared]. 

17* 43"*. Tail visible about half length ; star at the end disappeared. 

1 7* 5 5"*. X Hydrae disappeared ; comet very faint ; nucleus hardly visible ; 
like a faint cloud. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 21 

1 8* o**. Nucleus disappeared. 
November 2. Observer: Jones. 

1 6* 30"*. In length and width the tail of the comet seemed to remain 
about the same as heretofore, but it is fainter ; this is partly due to the moon- 
light, and partly, no doubt, to the diminished brightness of the comet. The 
lower side is tolerably defined and the upper also for 2° or 3° from nucleus, 
but from that out the whole tail blends off so gradually from the lower edge, 
that the upper side has no discernible limit, nor has the end of the tail, nor 
the lower edge near the end. With the exception of the tolerably defined 
lower edge it is impossible to fix upon any limits for a drawing with the 
field glass, so the glass was used only for recognizing stars and getting the 
position of the tail by means of nucleus and lower edge, otherwise the draw- 
ing shows the appearance of the comet as seen with the naked eye. 

November 4. Observer: Leavenworth. 

Began at 16* 30"*- c to tail := y^ ab\ bright part at [to ?] ^ = ^ ^^; 
[to] e = about db; begins to blend here. A curious dark band seems to 
run as marked at / and f . It was lighter on both sides of it. Could not 
trace the distinct edge from g out. Edge very faint above; can trace lower 
edge distinctly to about h. [Finished whole outline at 17* 20"*.] 

November 4. Observer : Jones 

16* 30". As the moon is low, down in the east the tail shows a little 
plainer than at last observation, the lower side is tolerably well defined, but 
blends with a very narrow envelope throughout. The upper side presents 
a similar appearance for about half way out, but the envelope is much 
broader, being as wide as the brighter part. As at the last observation the 
general appearance of the tail can be better determined with the naked eye 
than with the glass, which was used only for recognizing stars and getting 
position of nucleus and tail. The drawing gives the naked eye appearance. 
The tail is about 20° long, and the end is somewhat rounded, but blends off, 
like the upper side, very gradually. 

17* 35"*. [Dawn] begins to have effect on the brightness of the tail. 

17* 45"*. By careful looking 6th magnitude stars could be seen, but the 
tail though visible throughout was very faint towards the end. 



22 TAIL OF COMET 1 882, II. 

17*55"*. By very careful looking 6th magnitudes could still just be 
seen, 5ths were quite plain, but the tail was very faint and could be traced 
only about two-thirds of its length. 

1 8* o"*. The nucleus, 5th magnitudes, and about one-third of the tail 
were still visible. 

18* 5"*. All of the tail had disappeared but the nucleus and 4th magni- 
tudes were still visible. 

18* 8"*. The nucleus after a careful search could barely be seen;^ 
Hydrae was seen more easily. 

18* 10"*. Everything in the neighborhood of the comet had disap- 
peared except a Hydrae, which was still plainly visible. 

November 5. Observer: Leavenworth. [Field glass]. 

16* 30"* to 17* o"*. Dotted line by naked eye. Moon crescent; did not 
interfere much ; quite a distance away. Curious streaks seen on both sides, 
very faint. 

November 5. Observer : Leavenworth. Naked eye. 

17* 25"*. Dawn began. 

17* 34*^- Star at a disappeared ; comet seen almost whole length. 

17* 40"*. Star at b disappeared; the tail is faint at the end and several 
degrees have disappeared and the faint part along upper edge. 

17* 47"». c disappeared ; one-half tail visible, i. e. lower bright streak. 

17* 55"*. I Hydrae disappeared about the same time as the nucleus; 
brightness of the sky at X Hydrae about the same as at nucleus. 

November 5. Observer: Jones. 
16* 30"*, [Drawing began]. 

November 8, Observer: Leavenworth. 

16^^ 30"» to \f 30^. Moon gone down. Curious streak at a still there; 
probably optical. Tail blends at b. The dotted line is with naked eye ; 
could not tell where the edge was ' with the field glass, it shaded off so 
gradually, 

November 8. Observer : Jones. 

le'^ 30'". [Drawing began]. The moon being entirely out of the way. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 2$ 

the tail of the comet appears quite bright this morning. From the nucleus 
out about one-third of the way the tail is composed of a bright lower half 
and a fainter upper ; all the rest of the tail blends off very gradually with 
the brighter part toward the lower side, which has a tolerably defined, but 
not sharply cut limit ; the limit of the upper side as before is indefinite, as is 
also the end. The position was obtained by using the field glass, but the 
drawing gives its appearance to the naked eye. In length and width the 
tail remains about the same. 

Dawn began, but did not yet affect the brightness of the tail. 

The tail was noticeably fainter, but ail the stars were still 



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The tail was very faint and visible about two-thirds its length. 
The haze had put out all the stars immediately about the tail. 
17* 56"'. [Haze increasing]. 

November ii. Observer: Leavenworth. 

16* 30"*. Poor night. Nucleus about the same diameter as distance 
from [nearest] star; could barely see star at a. 

17* 6"*. Clear. ^ is exceedingly faint ; maybe illusion,^ is plainly 
visible. 

November 11. Observer: Jones. 

16* 30"*. On account of thin haze, the observing was not very good at 
the beginning, but it soon became quite clear, so that the stars which seemed 
blurry were sharply defined. The tail is of its usual length, and about 4° or 
4}4° wide. From the nucleus outward about half way the tail is composed 
of two bands of light, the lower side being fainter, but there is no sharply 
defined limit between them. They blend together gradually, and the whole 
tail shades off very gradually, the lower edge being only tolerably defined. 
Position by field glass ; naked eye drawing. 

November 13. OKserver: Leavenworth. 

16* 30"*. [There are] two stars at a not given on map originally, about 
6}4 magnitudes. 

17* 30"*. Finished outline. 6 is distant from tail a little more than 



24 TAIL OF COMET 1 882, II. 

Cy d. Dotted line represents boundary to the naked eye, as with the field 
glass the edge was so faint that the boundary could not be determined. 

November 13. Observer: Jones. 

16* 30*". In the appearance of the tail the comet remains about the 
same. For about half way out there is a bright band which runs nearest to 
the lower side, but it blends very gradually into the fainter part of the tail, 
which shades ofif with no definite limits. 

17* 30"*. Dawn began, but as yet has no [perceptible] effect on the 
[appearance of the] tail. 

17* 45"*. The fainter parts of the tail had disappeared, but the stars 
were all still visible. 

17* 50"*. The tail was very faint and visible only about half way; Sth 
magnitude stars could still be seen very distinctly. 

18* o"*. Only the faintest traces of the tail could be seen; 5th magni- 
tudes were still visible. 

18* 8**. The nucleus could barely be seen, but the two sthmagnitudes 
near it had gone out, while the 4th at the end of the tail could be seen quite 
readily ; two minutes later the nucleus could not be found ; by keen looking 
the 4th magnitude could be seen. 

November 15. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. 

16* 45"* to 17* 35~. Can not find star a; ^ isa star that was not plotted. 
Can see a faint light, i. e. a part of the tail at c, but cannot fix the boundary. 

17* 20"*. The three stars at b disappear; very little of the comet left 
except the brighter lower part; the remainder appears very faint and 
mist-like. 

November 15. Observer: Leavenworth. Naked eye. 

17* 45"*. Clouds, fog, or smoke interferes. 

17*50"*. Double stars disappear; the tail is visible for J distance* 
clouds. 

1 8* o"*. Comet disappears ; X Hydrae just visible ; light clouds probably 
interfere. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 2$ 

November 15. Observer: Jones. Naked eye. 

16*45'". ^^ general appearance the comet remains about the same ; 
the tail, however, as seen by the naked eye, does not seem quite as wide as 
at last observation. 

November 19. Observer : Leavenworth. 

17* o*". a, [an] uncatalogued star at edge of tail in line with three 
stars at d, {a = the star above [which by mistake] was [plotted] 30' too 
highi) At c comet all shades [blends] together ; tail very faint beyond d. 
Dotted line with naked eye. 

17* 45 ^ [Sketch] ended. 

November 19. Observer : Jones. 

17* o'*. The tail remains about the same in length and width, but 
is getting very faint and blends out so gradually that it has no clearly de- 
fined parts anywhere. 

18* o"*. The tail was visible for only about two-thirds its length, 
owing to the twilight, but stars to the 6th magnitude were still distinct. 

18* 5"*. Not more than half the tail was visible and that was very 
faint; the nucleus could be seen, and appears about a 6th magnitude; 5th 
magnitudes and the one near the nucleus could be seen very plainly. 

18* ID"*. 5th magnitudes could be seen quite distinctly, but the comet 
had disappeared. The 5th magnitude near the nucleus could be found al- 
most at a glance, but after finding it, the sharpest looking revealed but a 
very uncertain glimpse of the nucleus. 

November 21. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. 

17* o"* to 17*45"*. Comet very faint. Can just faintly notice with 
field glass a faint remnant of tail formerly above the brighter part of comet. 
Did not try to draw it, as dawn interfered. 

18* 8"*. Can see a, 6, and c; none of the tail visible. 

18* 18'". Nucleus and a both disappear ; d and c still visible. 

November 21. Observer: Leavenworth. Naked eye. 

17* 55"*. Stars a and d disappeared ; tail faintly visible beyond nucleus. 
18* o"*. Comet very faint ; nucleus cannot be distinguished from tail. 



26 TAIL OF COMET l882, II. 

1 8* 5"*. Smoke; comet disappeared about same time; / Hydrae was 
still plainly visible. 

November 21. Observer: Jones. 
17* o"*. [Drawing begun.] 

November 23. Observer : Leavenworth. Field glass. Before moon set. 
16* 55*^ to 17* 20". Full moon; tail very faint ; can hardly see it with 
naked eye ; very faint in field glass ; star at a seems a little too far from the 
tail, as it shoul d be nearer than h, 

November 23. Observer: Leavenworth. Field glass. After moon set. 

17* 48'". Dawn interferes. 

18* 3"*. Star at / disappears ; [but] little of the tail visible beyond/ 
and exceedingly faint. 

18* 1 1"*. Star at d faintly visible; all tail disappears. 

18* 19"*. Nucleus disappears ; a, by c, and e still plainly visible. 

December 10. Observer: Leavenworth. 

18* o"*. Comet very faint ; can not get a position of the tail ; no stars 
in neighborhood. 

18* I4'*. Comet disappeared; at about the same time 35 Pyxis (6.4 
mag.) disappeared, while 34 Pyxis (6.5 mag.) was still plainly visible. 

December 13. Observer: Leavenworth. 

12* 30*". Comet very faint; boundary ill defined ; observation not very 
good, as there are no stars to compare with. 

December 18. Observer: Jones. 

17* 30"*. This observation is not very good, as the comet was near the 
horizon, and a slight haziness made it difficult to recognize the stars with 
certainty. 

1883. January 2. Observer: Jones. 

10* 15"*. Tail very faint; the nucleus is also faint, and has in the field 
glass only a nebulous appearance, and is hardly as bright as a 7th magni- 
tude star. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATION. 



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January 7. Observer : Leavenworth. 

1 1* 30*". Comet very faint ; tail invisible to the naked eye. 

January 12. Observer: Leavenworth. 

10* 45"'. Tail pretty well defined along the edge at a, but on the edge 
i, boundary indefinite ; sky very little hazy. 



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NEBULA OF ORION, 1885 



NEBULA OF ORION, 1885. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS OF PROF. STONE. 



January 12. [Entered from memory January 13.] 

The region at A2 is the brightest portion of the nebula ; the nebulosity 
at -^3 extends in an arc of a circle toward 635*; it extends to a little be- 
yond A^ where it is continued by a much fainter nebulous ridge, which 
only gradually grows fainter till it nearly reaches w^, where it ends. A well 
marked channel extends between A and B, The region ,/ is so faint as to 
practically form a part of /. 

The general shape of 2 was like that given in Trouvelot's drawing ;t 
the darker portions of 2 seem almost or quite devoid of nebulosity. 

At El there is a faint extension of nebulosity out beyond the quadran- 
gle E2, extending beyond the frons as well as the occiput. At the [/. end] 
of I^ there is a similar extension of faint nebulosity ; there is a fainter shore 
of / extending along the whole «. /. edge of I^ and I^, The region NOQ 
is next in brightness to A^-^ the general shape of NOQ is quite like the 
outline in Holden's index map ; J somewhere near Q^ is a triangular bay or 
notch. 

The nucleus Y^ in the pons Schroeteri is well marked, but not at all stellar. 

573 is at least a magnitude brighter than 581. 

January 13. 9* — ii\ 
709 > 666 > 677. 

♦i. c. Bond 635. 

f Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard G)IIege, Vol. VIII. plate 24. 

{Facing p. 9 of Washington Astronomical and Meteorological Observations. 1878. Appen- 
dix I. Monograph of the Central Parts of the Nebula of Orion. By Edward S. Holden, Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics, U. S. N. 



32 NEBULA OF ORION, 1 885. 

67 1 = 709. 

666 > 676 > 677. 

575 > 589. 

A streak of faint nebulosity extends outward toward 523. 

[Notes added the following morning from memory.] 

The region about A^ is brightest, NQ is next, and the nuclei [bright 
masses] s. of the trapezium are next. 

The region n, p. the line joining 602 and 621 is much fainter than that 
s. f. (i. e. /,) ; a triangular cape /^ extends in a /. direction almost meeting 
the point of nebulosity [ATJ opposite ; the nebulosity /,, n. p, IJ^, shades 
off gradually northward and also toward /. end. 

There is a well marked channel J. /. 601 ; the nebulous mass at 601 is 
triangular in form. 

The region K is brightest opposite /. end of 7i, and shades off toward 
aline joining 558 and 573. 

The division between ^1 and F^ is only seen at times. 

A streak of nebulosity \_Mr\ quite similar to that shown in Bond's 
drawing'*' extends from a point about half way between 628 and 685 in a 
curve to about 608 ; there is a faint nucleus \M^ between 628 and 685 ; the 
streak is fainter. 

There is a nucleus Y^ visible in the pons Schrotteri, 

January 17. Began 6* 30"*. 

In the large finder the portion preceding the trapezium is brightest; 
[in the 26 inch] if the channels were filled in so as to equal the nuclei in 
brightness, I might say, in general, that it shades from a point half way 
between A^ and A^ to jSa- 

There is a noticeable dark spot at w^, 

A faint cape [/a] stretches across till it nearly or quite reaches the 
region K\ K is brightest nearest the cape. 

There is a cape [extending into the sinus magnus\ opposite each of the 
stars 685, 708, and 741, and another still further out. 

The streak iz is plainly visible as also the rostrum \ji\ which has a cape 
corresponding with that at Q^, 

The night is fearfully bad. 

♦Frontispiece of Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College, Vol. V. Ob- 
servations on the Great Nebula of Orion. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS. 33 

January 21. 9*20*. 

In the large finder the region A is brightest; NOQ is next; EF or 
D is next. 

This night though perfectly clear is the worst, so far as definition is 
concerned, that we have had. 

February 3. 

The sinus Lamontii [/] is quite prominent. 

February 4. [Notes entered the following morning]. 

The whole nebula, when the seeing is best, seems fleecy, but concen- 
trated in the brighter portions into nuclei of appreciable size. By fleecy I 
mean composed apparently of a great number of nebulous threads of light, 
something like wool. The effect is as though the brightness were due to 
more or less density* of this nebulosity in different regions, rather than to 
differences of intrinsic brightness. 

The brightest portion of the nebula is the streak A^ and in general the 
region A ; central portion \a\ of A fainter than [outer portion], but still, as 
well as I can remember, was quite bright. There is a narrow channel (nebu- 
lous background) between A and B\ nebulosity fades gradually toward 
channel. 

The sinus Lamontii [/] is quite dark. The region J is narrow. B ex- 
tends out faintly beyond 575, almost to vertex of K, n. p. 567 is a star (faint). 
{According to the sketch this star is n, /. instead of n, /. 567.] 

A faint cape extends out from / [toward K\ 

E seemed to be composed of a bright portion on successively fainter 
backgrounds, the three being [of] different forms, something like this : — 

D is quite bright. The brighter portion of T is 
triangular on fainter background. 

The faint tongue of nebulosity r^ in sinus magnus \ 
was plainly seen, but very faint ; the nebulosity at the 
base of the tongue was about as faint as the tongue. 

February 7. 

/. side of the region A is the brighter ; A is fainter in the middle, but 

could not distinguish the bridge at A^, The channel between regions A and 
B is plainly visible. There is a decided bend in the region B at B^, Appear- 

*[i. e. to a greater or less namber of the threads of light referred to.] 




34 NEBULA OF ORION, 1 885. 

ance of triangle near 60 1 more like that shown in Holden's index map than 
in the drawing of February 4. I{OQ brighter than P^R, 

It clouded too quickly to get a drawing [of anything] except upper 
portion of -^, so that all these notes are from memory. 

February 8. [Notes from memory of observations of previous nights.] 

The drawings, [as given in Holden's monograph], which give K most 

nearly like what I see, are Bond, 1859-63; Lassell, 1862; G. P. Bond, 1865 ; 

D'Arrcst, 1872; Draper's photograph, 1882. 

No channel between the regions Ki and K^ (?). 

J is very much fainter than shown in Annals of the Observatory of 

Harvard College, Vol. VIII, pi. 24. K comes to a point [at the end] nearest 

trapezium. [/] is more like [Holden's index map], not at all like pi. 24 of 

Harvard Annals, Vol. VIII. 

February 10. 

Poor night. 

Lacunae at w^, w^, and ti. 

The/, side of region A is the brightest portion of the nebula; no bridge 
at A^, 

No channel in K [i. e. between K^ and A^iA^i], but southern portion 
[ATjATa] is fainter than northern [A'l], with a poorly defined edge separating 
the two portions. 

Brightness of -^2 = 10 ; -^1 = 8; n. end of Z^^ = 7 ; 82 = 6) f. edge 
of 7^ = 5 ; brighter portion of K^ = 4; K^K^ = 2; /j = 4 ; /= 4 ; /^ = i. 

February 11. 

A2 brightest ; A,> Bj,; A>D; C^B^ = 6 ; U brightest just /. 619, 
brightness 4 ; nebulosity in trapezium [f^] = 2; 7=6; 7? = 8; ^=3; 
TT = I ; nebulosity [tj], around 669, = 1. a^ seems separated from a^ by a 
narrow channel ; 652 and 657 are in a narrow channel. 

February i6. 

^ < B^, Fy, Fy H, I,N, Q, R, T, L. 

Et>J, Pi, oi, ^f 

Pi > Bt, El, Fx, H, /,, Q. 

Fi=G. 

F» < Ax, A. Qi- 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS. 35 

H= A, F,, a. 

G > A, middle of B^, F^, H, N^, P^, 

G < A^, ^3, A. P%. ^2. Qv 

M=- /s ; /. portion of M nearly = but < 7\ ; J/ < all others. 

r, = s. portion of K^K^t K M= -^ < ^ < T^<^B^. 
f. end of Ki > ^, but fades gradually out opposite apex. 
I^<E^<Fy<H<T,<G<F^. 
C, = A,<B,. 
Mi > M^. 

At times to-night the definition is fair, though at no time do I remem- 
ber to have noticed the peculiar fleeciness which is nearly always apparent 
when the seeing is good. At other times each region seemed to be simply 
a patch of nearly homogeneous light. 

I have noticed to-night, as on other nights, that the appearance seems 
to pulsate, or rather flash up, though that is too strong a word. This is 
apparently due to changes in the atmosphere. These pulsations, however, 
seem very much like those I have seen in the tails of comets. 

To-night A2 did not seem to have that intense brightness which it 
usually has had. It was scarcely brighter than Di. 

B grows gradually fainter from «. end of B to s, edge of /, or I might 
say from channel separating from K, 

The channel in sinus Lamontii^ was quite narrow, but / as well as /j, 
was so faint, that the region / seemed a part of the sinus Lamontii, 

^seemed narrower than shown on Holden's index map. 

The bay at 647 shown in Holden's index map, was plainly visible. 

Faint nebulosity extended perhaps half way up the tongue Tj, which 
was easily visible. 

The pons Schroeteri was broader at the nucleus [I^], which was quite 
a prominent feature in that region. 

If I ' have not forgotten, the s, /. portion of W was on a previous 
night nearly as bright as A2. 

Saw 567, 575, 622, 641, 647, 669, 671, 676. 



36 NEBULA OF ORION, 1 88 5. 

[Entered from memory the following morning.] 

I should estimate the order of brightness : F^= Qi = ^% = B^<i D^ 

February 20. 

A> 1^>T; G2*>H; M,s>N; H3>E,; F, = E,;L>G; 
E,i> R; R = B,; A,i>D,; A, = D,; A[i5,?]=A; n,2>Q,; 
upper [southern] end of A is fainter than sides. 

[The n, p, edge of W\ is a little outside the line joining lower end of 
B^ and 635. 

Line joining 685 and 581 passes near s, corner of E^ (about one-fourtb 
the distance across E^. 685 and 573 almost exactly in line with 5, comer 
of E^ Brightest portion of E^ (= M) is about one-third the distance across 
E^ from n, corner. 

Dark spot between ^and trapezium. 

ze/j and w^ are dark. 

An hour after looking at the nebula I examined Draper's photo- 
graph.f Most of the features in the photograph agree with what I see. 

E^ not so bright as in photograph. 

Photograph shows channel between A and B as extending into J. Do- 
not remember this feature in telescope. 

Channel in / more concave n, p, (convex s, /.) than in index map. 

Z is too bright in photograph. 

Triangular region between Z and K seen the other night, is shown in 
photograph. 

j2i is the brightest portion of region NO'Q. 

T to-night seems very much like photograph. 

The tongue [r J lay about 2/7 distance from D to K 

<Ti and <T, very perfectly shown in photograph. 

652, 663, 667 in dark channel. 

W2l% shown in photograph almost exactly as seen here. 

February 21. * A^> D^> W, 

G>/>H. 

♦Steps. 

tracing p. 236 of Washington Astronomical and Meteorological Observations. 1878. Ap- 
pendix I. Monograph of the Central Parts of the Nebula of Orion. By Edward S. Holden 
Professor of Mathematics, U. S. N. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS. 37 

Qx>G>0^. 

S=D,. 

<y, = r, = Ky 
^3 is quite dark. 
^1 is in line with 671 and 573. 

From memory after leaving telescope. 

Nebulosity between 666-677 and /rons is very faint. 

F^ is decidedly fainter than the rest [of F'\. 

Channels in region s. of trapezium are all filled with nebulous matter. 

February 23. [Entered from memory, February 24]. 

The nebula with power 464 (neg.) shows a decidedly wispy or fleecy 
character. All the brighter portions looked as though formed of a network 
of irregular nebulous filaments lying in all directions, but differing greatly 
among themselves in intensity or brightness. High powers showed noth- 
ing stellar in its structure, but only brought out details in its fleecy and 
complicated structure. 

February 28. 

n, edge of BA is in line with 619 and ^ [2 (628) + 640]. 

Width of Ci [a little] > distance 619-624. 

There is a re-entering angle at the /. end of A^. B^ and C\ are united, 
while the channel b, I think, cuts through, separating B^ and Ay 

/. end of M^ is in line with 671 and n. edge oi G\ p. end of J/, is 1/4 
distance from 622 to 628. 

March 3. 

K,yZ,>K^> Zy 

The /. edge [of Z] is almost parallel with the /. edge of A; s. capes 
of L extend almost or quite to /. 

The nebulosity in ^ nearly fills it ; only a very narrow channel separ- 

*Probably O^ ? 



38 NEBULA OF ORION, 1 885. 

ates Z^ from K^ ; the width of channel between Z and EJx is about 1/4 the 
distance of 581 from occiput. 

There is a point of light at the /. end of Z,, which is nearly stellar, 
seems farther from 622 than 625, and is situated relatively to 622 as 631 
to 621 on Holden's map. 

/. corner of E^ is not angular. 

Position angle of «. edge of AB and 628 = 238.^8. 

March 18. 

The s. edge of A is brighter than the centre. There is a dark band 
along the /. edge of A extending from «. end of A to, say, 1/3 the distance 
to 622. 

Cape [at] /. [end of] / shades off rapidly almost to nothing. Did 
not seem to extend more than half way from /^ to K^. 

Ki is brightest at /. point and n, edge, shading off gradually from n, 
to J., and still more gradually from /. to /. 

676 seems to-night right in line with /. edge of the region NRQ. 

There is a small wing of nebulosity Pi /. 671. 

Nebulosity around the trapezium brightest /. 619. 

671 > 676. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS. 39 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS OF MR. LEAVENWORTH. 



January 13. 

Very poor night at first, but better later on. I cannot see any of 
the faint stars just n. and s, of the trapezium. 

The brightest part of the nebula directly /. the trapezium is where it 
borders on v. The n. portion of v^ is filled with very faint nebulosity. 

Y is brightest in the centre, but on the s, end toward R almost entirely 
disappears. 

Febuary 10. 

Poor night. 

The region A seems as bright as, or brighter than, any other part of 
the nebula. At W it is also quite bright, but seems to be considerably 
fainter than at the «. boundary of A. There is a faint dark region b whose 
J. limit I could not distinguish, nor could I make out its boundary on the 
side nearest the trapezium. Could see in that neighborhood only the star 575. 

The /. portion of J could not be seen distinctly. The n, and s. boun- 
daries were poorly defined, while the /. side was quite sharply defined. 

February 1 1. 

The distance from 628 to /. edge of A, in line with 628 and 640, is a 
little greater than from 628 to 640; also, the distance from 619 to edge of 
i4, in line with 619 and 624, is a little greater than from 619 to 624; the dis- 
tance from 619 to edge of A^ in line with 619 and 640, is a little less than 
from 619 to 640. I saw distinctly that 622 (or 625)* was/, the s, part of 
^2, and about at its termination. 

/ so shaded into the surrounding portions of the nebula that it was 

♦Only one was seen. 



40 NEBULA OF ORION, 1 885. 

impossible to distinguish its outline with any accuracy, nor, for the same 
reason, could the very faint though brighter patches in / be sketched. 

The s. boundary of 6 could not be determined, but it did not seem to 
run into /. 

A star suspected at the point common to -5,, B^, and Ci. 

In relative brightness I would place 567, 608, and 621 faintest 622 or 
625, only one of which could be seen, was a little brighter. Following this, 
612 and 618, approximately equal, are a little brighter than the preceding. 
589 follows these, while 575 is considerably brighter still. [595 was not seen.] 

Februar}' 16. 

Night moderately good at first, but as the altitude of Orion diminished, 
the seeing became much poorer. 

The channel a^d^ is slightly brighter near /. end of d^. At this place 
there are no well-defined boundaries between the lighter and darker portions 
of the nebula, each shading imperceptibly into the other. A^ and the /. 
portion of A2 are brighter than the other portions of A, 

At one time to-night when, for a moment, it seemed clearer than at 
any other time, there appeared to be very little, if any, nebulosity within or 
in the immediate neighborhood of the trapezium. 

612 >6i8. 

February 20. 

Poor night. Moon half full. 

The very faint nebulosity Z, is bell shaped and is brightest along the 
lower convex edge and gradually shades off till lost sight of in the chan- 
nel ^2* 

The n. edge seemed fainter [brighter ?] than the /. edge of K^, 

Saw 573 and 581. 

February 21. 

Night pretty fair. Moon bright. 

Opposite Z is a bay extending into A and ending in a still fainter patch 
of nebulosity a^ The outline of /^ was very difficult to sketch, especially 
along /. 

The brightest part of AT, was at its n. /. extremity, its brightness grad- 
ually diminishing in the direction s. and /., but the side bordering on j 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS. 4 1 

was the brighter. In the regional, I found difficulty in making out the 
boundary of K^, but there seemed to be a channel connecting / and z. 

Saw 567, 575, 589, 612, 618, 621 (or 631), 622 (or 625), [but not 595 
nor 608]. 

[Date not recorded.] 

z^ seems to be the darkest portion of the nebula, z^ is slightly brighter. 
^1 and n, one of e^ is considerably brighter. 

g^ and /. end of e^ < p. end of g^ < h^ and /. end of g%=^g^. 

/. end of /i > /. end of l^. 

March 2. 

The night was quite poor, but grew better, and when the drawing was 
made was moderately fair. 

A rough sketch shows a bay in A, extending from about the centre of 
A toward L. The brightest part of the nebula appears to be -^8-^2- 

A^> D,> W> I,> F,> G> 0, = Q,> H> E^ = R> M> T, 

>/>-?i = r2> 1^2- 

^'i > ^2 ; ^'i > <'2- 

Saw 671, 676, 686, and 688. 

The brighter portions of the region NOQ were Oi, O^ around 686, 
and Qi around 688, the brightness diminishing toward the s, giving an ap- 
pearance as though, in the case of the two stars, the latter were the nuclei 
of comets. 

March 3. 

Seeing at first rather good, but afterward became quite poor. 

The line from Qi to tt^ [boundary between v^ and v^v^v^ almost straight. 

v^ is almost devoid of nebulosity, and is slightly darker than v^\ ^5 < •^« 
part of Vx < v^ ; v^ contains some nebulous matter. 

^i^s^6 < ^2 < ^4 < 1^8 < ^1 < «. portion of S. 

Between 654 and R are two bright points [small patches of neulosity] 

<y%<i^ 

n. portion of 5 < Pi. 

Three points near 671 < R < H < 0^ < N^< Q^K Q^. 

Ox < F,. 

F, nearly = ^i < j. /. portion of e^ > hi. 



42 NEBULA OF ORION, 1 885. 

March 8. 

Night very poor ; only four stars of the trapezium visible. 

There is a bright patch M whose outline I was not able^^to determine, as 
the seeing became so bad. 

Therie is a channel between K^ and K^. 

March 14. 

Rather poor night. 

s, boundary of tTj is at about 1/3 the distance from a to Q, 

f 1 > f » > f r 

z;, < v^v^, the /. side of v^ having a pretty well defined boundary. 

March 16. 

While observing the seeing became gradually poorer. 

I have never seen F^ separated from F^ M is in a line with Q2 and /. 
end of Ki. 

March 18. 

Very poor night. 

n. p. extremity of -F almost same distance from /rons as s. /. boundary 
of /,. 

s. portion of Vi is very dark, almost = 7/,. 

A dark channel extends along the n, boundary of /2. 

Wi is almost as dark as Zy 

March 19. 

Night poor and very windy. 

The «. comer of E and the n. p, extremity of F^ are almost in a line 
with G, 

March 20. 

There is a dark spot l^ above Z. The dark channel n, of / branched ; 
one branch extending s, of Z, continuing to the /. end of /, and ending in an 
opening /. I^ ; the other branch extending along the /. and «. /. sides of Z. 

Below A is a distinct spot of light D^ not before seen. 

A fiaiint cometic tail seems to extend from 67 1 toward M, Saw this tail 
last night, but thought it due to the poor seeing, s. of 671 is a dark spot 

The opening s, of 642 does not continue through to the trapezium ; 
it is merely a bay. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS. 43 

Could not see Fi separated from F^, but, instead of a channel, there was 
a small bay on the side toward E. /, has been distinctly and repeatedly seen. 

In K are two channels ki and k^, K^ is a little fainter than n, /. part of 
K^, and considerably fainter than K^. 

s. p, portion of K% < n, f. portion of K^, 




INDEX MAP OF THE NEBULA OF ORION. 



<r 



/. 



NEBULA OFORION.18<S5-Opmond Slone 






NEBULA OF ORION, 1885 -ERLeavenworlh. 



1 



•^ 




DOUBLE STARS, i885-'86. 



DOUBLE STARS, i885-'86. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The working list from which the double stars in the present publica- 
tion were selected, contained, at first, all known pairs having declinations 
between — 30^ and 0"", and distances not greater than 2". It was soon 
found, however, that the number of nights in which this list could be 
used, on account of poor seeing, was too small : the list was, therefore, 
extended so as to include all known pairs between — 30** and 0°, having 
distances less than 4". To these were added several very close and dif- 
ficult pairs north of the equator which for especial reasons needed 
observation. 

The observers were Messrs. F. P. Leavenworth and Frank Muller. 

The Equatot^iaL — The telescope used was the 66°™ equatorial. On 
the few nights when the seeing was first class, the object glass showed its 
great excellence, giving good definition with the highest powers, and sep- 
arating with great ease the closest double stars. No pairs were at any 
time observed as elongated, or even notched, but were always well 
separated. The eyepieces used were achromatic and ranged from 200 
to 2000. The micrometer was of the Burnham-Clark pattern, with red 
light for illuminating the wires. The assumed value of one revolution of 
the micrometer screw was 9". 88. 

Method of Ohserving, — In almost all of the observations a right- 
angled prism was placed before the eyepiece, by revolving which, the 
double stars could be made to assume any apparent position angle de- 



48 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-'86. 



sired. In observing position angles, the stars were made to bisect the 
space between two close wires, first with a forward, and then with a 
backward rotation of the micrometer box, the observer being careful that 
the apparent position angle was zero at the moment of observation. For 
distance the wires were set at right angles to the line joining the two 
components and the method of double distances employed. Two obser- 
vations were made, the first with a forward, the second with a backward 
motion of the screw. 

Mean Results. — In forming the mean results all observations made 
without the prism were excluded. The remainder were corrected by 
using the formulae on page 51. Weights {w) were assigned at the time of 
observation on a scale of 5. In taking the mean, weights were assumed 
in accordance with the following table : — 



Power. 


W> I 

I 


1 
w = I 


2000-850 


• 

4 


560 


f 


i : 


336 


1 


i ; 


200 


4 


i 



Personal Equation, — The methods and formulae used in investigating 
personal equation were taken from Cincinnati Publications No. V. On 
page viii the personal equation of an observation of position angle is 
expressed by 

where a, /S, y^ ©tc. depend upon the observer, the manner of observation, 
and the angle with the ventical ; w being the reciprocal of the visual 
angle. In an observation of distance that portion of the displacement 
caused simply by personal peculiarity of the observer which is independ- 
ent of the magnifying power employed will produce an effect inversely 
proportional to that power. Hence, if the personal equation in distance 
be expressed by a series of ascending powers of v, we may write 



gz=li (a -^v!^ -f- V^f -f- . . . ) , 



INTRODUCTION. 



49 



where /i is the reciprocal of the magnifying power and v the visual angle. 
All other magnifying powers were referred to 850 as the unit ; whence 



z; — D -^ 850 fi. 

If, therefore, A and / denote any two magnifying powers employed, 
and Pft, Dft and P„ D^ the corresponding observed position angles and 
distances, we have 



and 



-P* + « + ^w,9 + ..., 



Do-D,+ -J^a' + /.z;,9'+... 



= D^-^^fa+m3' + 



• 1 



in which Pq and Dq are the position angle and distance corrected for 
personal equation ; whence, approximately, 



3 = 



P*-Pi 



85o(i^^L). 



and 



a 



D>-D, 

The observations were first corrected for personal error found by 
observing the same star on the same nights with a high and low power, 
usually 850 and 200. Those stars whose components differed more than 
three in magnitude were rejected in the comparisons, and the following 
results were obtained : — 




/^ 


No. of Obs. 

12 
13 


a 


No. of Obs. 


-o°.8 
- 05 


d\02 
— 0.03 


33 
18 



50 



DOUBLE STARS, l885-'86. 



Reduction of the Observations to a Common Standard. — The obser- 
vations have been divided into three series : — 

Lj, those made by Mr. Leavenworth from 1885.5 to 1886.5, 
Lg, " " " " 1886.5 to 1887.0, 

M, " " Mr. MuUer. 

Comparisons between L^ and Lj. — ^The mean of 14 comparisons give 

L^ — L2 = + l*'-^, for position angle, 
Lj — Lg = + 0".18, for distance ; 
with no apparent change due to difference in distance. A correction of 
+ 0°.6 and + 0".09 was therefore applied to all observations of L to 
reduce them to the mean of the two sets of observations. 

Comparison between L and M. — The comparisons between M and the 
reduced L observations are as follows : — 



L — ^M depending on Position Angle. 



P. A. 


JP. 
^ o°.8 


No.dfObs. 
16 


JD. 


No.ofObs. 





+ o".oi 


17 


45 


+ 2.4 


16 


— 0.0 1 


16 


90 


1.6 


9 


— o.or 


8 


1.35 


1.8 


13 


+ o.o4 


II 













L — M depending on Distance. 



Dist 

0.8 
'•5 

2-5 

34 



JP. 


No.ofObs. 

9 


JD. 


No.ofObs. 


-o°.4 


+ o".o4 


6 


+ I.I 


26 


+ 003 


27 


-|- 0.6 


H 


— 0.06 


14 


+ 0.8 


5 


— 0.09 


5 



Considering jD as constant with reference to P, and JP constant 
with reference to D, the variation of JP may be expressed by 



a cos 2P + ^ sin 2P ; 



INTRODUCTION. 



51 



hence 



and 



JP = + i°.2 cos 2P + 2°. I sin 2P 
=: + 2^4sin(2P + 30°), . 



JD = + o". 10 — o".o6 D ; 



hence, in order to reduce the three sets of observations to a common 
mean, we have used the following corrections : — 

Position Angle, 

Li == — o°.6 — o°.8 w — 1^2 sin(2P + 3o°), 
Ljj=:+ 0.6 — 0.8 w — 1.2 sin (2P+3o°) , 
M = — 0.5 w + 1.2 sin (2P + 3o°) . 

Distance, 

Lj — — o". 14 + o".02 /x + 0.03 D, 
Lg =^ + 0.04+ 0.02 /X+0.03 1^> 
M = + 0.05 + 0.03 /jt — o 03 D. 

In these formulsD w is the reciprocal of the visual angle, /x the recip- 
rocal of the magnifying power, P the position angle, and D the distance. 

Accuracy of Observation, — The probable error of a single obser- 
vation was computed according to the well known formula 



^^0.8453 -.--k^-, 
1 n (n — I ) 



/= 0.8453 ::^t^L , 

1 n (n — i) 



in which n denotes the number of nights on which each star was 
observed. 

The following table was computed from the corrected observations 
of all pairs observed more than once. 



D 


2' v/ » («-i) 

7-5 


e 


I y/H(n-l) 


/ 


0.4 


o°.5 


7-5 


o".o4 , 


0.8 


28.3 


1.2 


26.3. 


0.06 


1.6 


653 


0.9 


55-6 


0.08 

1 


2.9 


90.9 


0.8 


83.0 


013 ; 


4-2 1 

1 


7.8 


0.4 


7.8 


O.II 

1 



62 



DOUBLE 8TAK8 OF 1886-'86. 



Epoch 
18(« + 



Hour 
Angle. 



OBaBBYlCD. 



Position I Di«. 
Angle. tanoo. 



GOBBXOTKD. 



Position I DIs- 
Angle. I tanoe. j 



Blagnitnde. 



-3063 = Lai. 47294. 

a zi^ O* 2'".0 ; <5 r- — 5° 10'. 



1 




• 






M 


i 


■*i 





JA 


^ 


^ 


M 


R 


p 


"S 


S 


04 


^ 












5.890 
6.730 
6.730 
6.730 
6.750* 
6.750 
6.750 

6.780 
6.780 

6.660 



1 I 



— 0.2 

— 0.2 

+ 0-3 

— 03 
-0.7 

0.0 

— 0.2 



221.3 
220.6 
220.6 
220.4 
220.8 
218.9 
219.6 
219.2 



2.07 
1.84 
1.82 
2. II 
1.92 
1.78 

• • • 

• • • 

1.76 



219.0 
219.7 

219.7 



2.02 
1.96 



8 2 8.8 



^ % mm • • • • 

...;.. .' 8.2 Q.o 

219.8 ! 1.79 8.5 9.3 
220.5 

220.1 . . ., Jm — 0.5 

1.78 I . . . . 



219.8 I 1.95 8.3 9.0 



560 

850 

850 

2000 

850 

1300 

1300 

1300 

850 



2 
2 
2 
I 

3 
I 

3 
3 



Reddish. * Without prism. 

/9 486-.Ceti33. 
a =^ o* 8-.8 ; ^ r^ — 8° 24. 



6.837 
6.876 

6.863 



— O.I 

— O.I 


3-4 
4.0 

• 







3-i6 



3.0 

3.6 


• ■ ■ 

331 
331 


3.4 



6.0 II. 5 



6.0 II. 5 



a 



/^393 ^= Lai. 291. 
O* I2'".7; «J =-- — 21° 45'. 



L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
M 
M 
M 
M 



850 


I 


L 


850 


2.1 


L 




I 





6.813 


— 0.2 

1 


132 


• • • 


12.6 


• « ■ 


(7) (8) 


1300 


I 


L 






/S 256. 














a = 0* I3"*.7 ; «J = — 


- 14° 26'. 








i 6.782 


0.0 


248.4^ 


2.69 


248.3 


2.84 


8.8 9.1 


850 


I 


L 


6.810 


+0.1 


248.7 


2.41 


248.7 


2.56 


• • . . 


850 


I 


L 


6.796 






1 

248.4 1 2.70 


8.8 9.1 




I 




' 




^ Estimated aSQo. 











OBSERVATIONS OF tEAVENWORTH AND MDLLER. 



53 



Epoch 
1880 \ 



Hour 
Angle. 



Obskrvkd. 



COBBBCTBD. 



I - - 



PoelUon 
Augle. 



Dis- 
tance. 



Poflition 
Angle. 



DlB- 

tuioo. 



Magnitude. 



,5488 = Lai. 465. 
«=:o* I8-.4; ry=«— 4°5'. 



6. 


711* 


6. 


711* 


6. 


711* 


6. 


711* 


6. 


722* 


6. 


722 


6. 


722* 


6. 


722 


6. 


722 


6. 


74» 


6. 


741 


6. 


741 


6. 


741 


6. 


763 


6. 


763 


6. 


763* 


6. 


763 


6. 


743 



+ i.o ! 

0.0 
+ 0.4 
+ 0.7 

+ 03 
+ 03 
+ 0.7 
+ 0.7 
+ 1.0 

+ ..2 

4- 1.0 
+ 0.7 
+ 0.4 
+ 0.6 
— 0.1 



345- 


9 


345- 


3 


347' 


3 


347. 


9 


345' 


8 


346 


6 


346 


.8 


346 


•4 


345 


•4 


346 


•9 


348 


■9 


348 


.6 


349 


•4 


346 


.6 


346 


.6 


348 


•4 


345 


.6 



2. 98 

3 36 

313 
346 

3-39 
3-32 
2.96 

3.28 

3.31 

3 30 
3.10 

3.20 

3.22 

3H* 
3.12* 

• • • 

3.42" 



346.2 



3-53 



346.6 
345-6 
346.5 
349- » 
3490 
349-9 
346.9 
347-0 
348.9 
346.1 



347-2 



3-44 
3-46 

351 
3.26 

3-35 
3-36 

3-31 
327 

I • ■ 

356 
340 



7.8 II. 5 



• « I 



7-7 



7.5 



10.5 

• • 

"•5 



• a 



• • 



7.7 

• • 

7.5 



II. O 



9.8 



« • 



7.6 10.9 



i 


t 


* 




& 

1 

1 


^ 



200 

560 

850 

1300 

200 
200 

560 

560 

850 

200 

560 

850 

1300 
560 

850 

1300 
1300 



2 
I 

2 
2 

2 



I 






L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 



White, with a little green and red. ^ Without prifim. ' Clouds obacured companion. ^ Fixed wire moved. 



De. 2 =W. o. 459. 
« = o* 28'".9 ; ^ = — 5° 9'. 



5-893 


• . . 


246.3 


0.99 


244.1 


6.648 


— O.I 


242.9 


0.71 


242.0 


6.766 


— 0.2 


241.8 


0.85 


242.0 


6.772 


0.0 


241.0* 


0.63 


241.2 


6.938 


-f-o.i 


243.6* 


0-57 


243.0 


6.944 


*— 0.2 


245.6* 0.71 

1 


244.6 


6.730 






242.8 






] 


[iittle blv 


le ; UtUe red 



0.89 


• • 


• « 


850 


0.79 


7.0 


8.0 


S50 


0.90 


7.0 


7.0 


1300 


0.68 


6.5 


6.6 


1300 


0.64 


6.0 


6.7 


1300 


0.79 


6.0 


6.5 


850 


0.78 


6.5 


7.0 





• • • 


L 


3 


L 


2 


M 


4 


M 


3.2 


L 


3 


L 


6 





54 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 -t 



Hour 
A.ngle. 



Obskbvsd. 



OOBBSOTXD. 



Position 
Angle. 



Dis- 
tance. 



Position ! Die- 
Angle, j tanoe. 



Magnitude. 



h' 


«j 


fe* . 


8 


.d 






ti 


M 


3 


•g 


« 


^ 


^ 


o 



1^ 395 -» Ceti 82. 
a = o* 31-.7 ; ^ = — 25** 23 . 



6.802 
6.944 



6.849 



— 0.2 

0.5 


103.9' 

104.6 


0.59 
0.56 


104.6 
104.8 


0.66 

0.64 






^ 


104.7 


0.65 



6.0 6.4 
Jm — 0.0 

6.1 6.3 



Estimated 90\ 



F. M. = O. Arg. S. 397. 
a = o* 4o*.2 ; 5 = — 17** 2'. 



7.010 



•— 0.7 


192.5 


2.47 


193.0 


2.48 



7-5 10.5 



850 



a 



P 494= Lai. 1266. 
o*4i"*.4; ^ = — 1° 51'. 



6.774' 
6.774 

6.782 

6.845 



6.800 



+ 0.2 

+ 0.2 

0.0 

-0.7 



351. 6« 


• • ■ 


.... 


• • • 


7.8 


8.0 


351.2*1 1.26 


350.9 


1-37 


■ • 


. . 


172.4* 1.25 


172. 1 


1.36 


8.0 


7.8 


170.7 


1.30 


170.5 


1.34 


8.2 


8.2 






351.2 


1.36 


8.0 


8.0 



M 



850 


3 


850 


3 


850 


2 


850 


3.2 1 




3 



L 
L 
L 



Very little groeniah blue. 



> Without prism. * Estimated 0°. 



a Estimated 180°. 



O. S. = Lai. 1458. 
= 0* 46"*.8 ; ^ = — 23* 13'. 



1300 


2 


L 


850 


I 


L 




2 





6.791 
6.791 

6.837 

6.908 
6.908 



6.848 



+ 0.5 


273 -3 


2.37 


272.4 


2.39 


. . 


• • 


— O.I 


273.0 


2.45 


271.4 


2.54 


7-2 


8.0 


+ 0.2 


272.0 


2.18 


272.9 


2.31 


7 4 


8.4 


+ 0.2 


272.4 


1.88 


272.1 


2.07 


7.0 


7.8 


— 0.2 


269.3 


2.33 


270.2 


2.66 


• • 


• • 








272.0 


2.35 


7.2 


8.1 

















Very Uttie red. 




OBSERVATIONS OP LEAVENWORTH AND MULLER. 



65 



Epoch 
18W f 



6.656 



5.822 
6.780 

6.845 
6.876 



6.658 



Honr 
Angle. 


Obsebvxd. 


CORBSOTSD. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dls- 
tanoe. 


Position 
Anglei 


Dis- 
tance. 



Magnitude. 



i 




^ 


.SP 





■3 


(H 


^ 



J 20 = 66 Piscium. 
a « o* 48'".8 ; J = + 18** 35'. 



0.0 


351-5 


0-45 


350.8 


0.49 



7.0 7.0 



5-822 

5-874 

6.730 
6.856 



6.402 



6.856 
6.856 
6.856 

6.856 



White. 



^ 233 = O. Arg. S. 505. 
a = o* 49'".6 ; ^ = — 18° 3'. 



... 


92.1 


a • ■ 


91-3 


— O.I 


88.6 


1.48 


87-7 


0.0 


87.5 


1.42 


86.6 


— 0.3 


88.5 


X.48 


89.2 








88.1 



1.52 

1.46 

1.58 



I-5I 



8.3 
8.4 



1.2 
9.6 

9-3 



8.4 9-5 



White. 



H. A. H. I = O. Arg. S. 509. 
a = o* 5o"'.4 ; ^ = — 16° 58'. 



. . • 


109.8 


1.53 


109.7 


1.48 


* • • 


108.5* 


2.16 


108.4 


2. II 


0.0 


112. 


1.79 


"3-4 


1.90 


• • « 


II0.6 


1.78 


III. 9 


1.90 








III. 9 


1.86 



• • 



8.3 8.5 



8.3 8.5 



LitUe bluish. ^ Zero doubtful. 

2* 91 =» Ceti 160. 
a = I* i"».6 ; ^ = — 2° 19'. 



— 0.3 


320.3 


4.02 


321.2 


4-23 


0.0 


318.8 


3-89 


320.1 


4.07 


-0.5 


320 2 


389 


321.6 


4.06 








321.0 


4.12 



7.0 8.0 



7.0 8.0 




560? 


I 


850 


' 3 


850 


3 


850 


I 




3 



560? 
560? 

1300 

850 



I 
I 

2 
I 



L 
M 
M 
L 



L 
L 
L 
L 




56 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-*86. 



Epoch 
lfi§0 + 



5.893 
6.750 

L , 6.464 



5.816 
5.890 
6.673 
6.763 
6.782 
7.018 



6.594 



Hour 
Angle. 



Obhebvkd. 



Position I Dis- 
Angle. • tance. 



CORBfCJTXD. 



Position Dis. 
Angle. tuioe. 



Magnitude. 



& 






2' 113 = Ceti 42. 
« = I* I4*.2 ; ^ =» — 1° 5' 



+ 0.2 



349-5 


1.63 


348.2 


1.56 


351-0' 


1.50 


350-9 


1. 61 






350.0 


1.58 



6.0 6.5 



6.0 6.5 



Very little yellow. ^ EsUmmted 0°. 

h 2036 = Lai. 2416. 
a = I* i4'*.6 ; <J = — 16° 23' 



• • « 


• • ■ 

+ 0.2 


+ 0.3 


— O.I 

... 





22. 3I 
22.2 

19-9 j 
21.4*. 

22.3 

19. 6« 



60 

70 

84 
80 

46 

52 



19.8 


1-54 


19.7 


1.64 


20.7 


1.87 


20.5 


1. 91 


21.4 


1-57 


20.4 


1.55 


20.6 


1,65 



7.0 

Jm 



7.2 
0.1 



7.0 7.2 
Very little green. ^ Zero donbtfnl. * Estimated IR^. 

;9 4 = Piscium 235. 

a = i» 15-.5 ; <J == + 10° 58'. 



6.656 


+ 0.2 


6.769 


— 0.2 


6.769* 


• • ■ 


6.731 





74-5 
73-8 

77-7 



0.45 
0.41 



74-1 
73-4 



73-6 



0.51 
0.47 



0.48 



7-3 8.6 



6.0 8.0 



6.6 S.3 



White. » Without prism. 

F. P. L. =« D. M. + 0° 226. 
a = I* I7".3 ; «J = + 1° 10'. 



6.648* 


— 0.2 


174-0' 


0.78 


6.730 


— 0.6 


172. 2» 


0.81 


6.772 


— O.I 


170.9 


0.80 


6.751 









171. 9 
170.8 



0.88 
0.85 



12.0* 
9.2 
9.8 



»2-S 

9-4 
9.8 



171. 4 0.86 ' 9.5 9.6 

I 

» Without prism. « Estimated 180°. » Clouds? 



560? 

560 

850 

850 

850 

850 



850 
1300 
1300 



I 

2 

2.3 



1300 


. . . 


L 


1300 


3 


L 


1300 


• • • 


L 




2 





3 
3.4 






L 
L 
M 
L 
L 
M 



L 
L 
M 



850 
850 


I 

2.1 

I 


L 

L 








OBSERVATIONS OF LEAVENWORTH AND MULLER. 



57 



Epoch 
1880 f 



Hour 
Angle. 


OBntmTXD. 


OOBBBOTSD. 


Position 
Angle. 


Di«. 
tance. 


FoslUon 
Angle. 


Dl0- 
tanca 



Magnitude. 



S! 


^ 

A 


* 
& 





6.845 

6.876 
6.944 

6.890 



Secchi == Lac. 381. 
a = I* 18-.4 ; ^ = — 24"* 56'. 



7.2 10.3 

7.0 9.0 

70 9.3 

7-» 9-5 



— 0.2 


80.8 


2.36 


8x.2 


2.49 


— 0.3 


81. 1 


2.73 


81.5 


2.86 


— O.I 


79.8 


2.68 


80.2 


2.81 








80.8 


2.69 



little blue. 



a 



fi 399 = Ceti 211. 
I* 22"'. 3 ; <J = — 11'' 28'. 



5-893 


• • ■ 


303.5 


1.69 


303 -5 


1.62 


• • 


• « 


6.780 


— 0.2 


301.7 


1.70 


300.3 


1.73 


5-5 


7-5 


6.782 


-0.3 


299 4 


1.52 


300.6 1.63 


• • 


• • 


6.837 


0.0 


302.0 


1.46 


3032 
301.6 


1-57 


6.0 


10.2 

8.4 


6.614 




1.66 


s-8 



Yellow; greenish. 

H. A. H. =W. i. 457. 

a « I* 28". 3; ^= — 12° 47'. 



5.890* 


• • . 


325.7 


1. 01 


■ • • ■ 


• " • 


• • 


• • 


700 


• • ■ 


L 


6.730 


+ 0.1 


144. 8« 


0.78 


145.4 0.85 


8.3 


8.4 


1300 


3 


L 


6.766 


+ 0.3 


333 •2' 


• • • 


332.0 
147.6 


• • • 

0.85 


8.2 


8.1 


1300 


I 
I 


M 


6.742 








8.2 


8.2 







White. ^ Without prism. * Estimated 170°. > Estimated 360o. 

h. 2072 = Lai. 3138. 
a = I* 36'".2 ; «J = — 18° 33'. 



6.703 
6.791 




340 
283.6 3.37 

283.6 3.39 



8.0 9.0 



8.0 9.0 



t 

I 

o 



850 


2 


850 


I 


850 


2 




2 



L 
L 
L 



850 


• • • 


850 


3 


850 


I 


850 


I 




2 



L 
M 

L 
L 



1300 


3 


M 


200 


I 


M 


I 





58 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 

• 


Obhkbvbd. 


CORBBOTXD. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 


FtwitSon 
Angle. 


Dlft. 
tance 



Magnitude. 



•J 



^ 



u 

9» 



6.687 

6.687 
6.799 
6.799 
6.807 
6.843 
6.843 

6.780 



6.908 
6.938 



Vi47=.;^'Ceti. 
a ™ I* 36*.3 ; ^ = —11** 52'. 



— 0.2 


87.6 


3.48 


-0.5 


87.3 


3.7« 


-|- O.I 


88.0 


3 76 


— 0.6 


88.3 


360 


— 0.2 


88.0 3.55 


— O.I 


87.0 ' 3.56 


-0.5 


87.3 


369 









87.4 



88.5 


365 


6.0 


875 


3-94 


• 


87. 5 


3.73 


• 


87.2 


3-65 


6.0 


88.9 


3.71 


6.0 


86.3 


3.54 


• 


86.2 


3.75 


6.2 



7-5 



6.8 
8.0 

7.0 



3.69 6.0 7.3 



0.0 
0.1 I 



6.923 



5-874 
6.750 

6.837 



6.663 



0.1 
0.0 



5-950 



LitUe yeUow. 



a 



/9 6 = Lai. 3205. 
I* 39'".2 ; ^ = — 7° 19', 



166.0 
165.8 



2.68 
2.30 



166.2 2.81 I 7.3 9.0 



166.0 I 2.43 I 6.2 



8.6 



166. 1 



2.62 



6.8 8.8 



/9871 = Lai. 3289. 
a = I* 42'".4 ; ^ = — I** 30'. 



355-6*1 2.43 
351.0 2.07 

351.0 I 2.14 



354-1 


2.39 


350.9 


2.20 


350.9 


2.27 


351-3 


2.28 



8.5 
8.3 



9-3 
9.0 



8.4 9.2 



Greenish. ^ Zero doubtful. 



^ 183 = Lai. 3487. 



a = I* 47".8 ; ^ 



229.5 2.43 227.5 2.40 



If 17' 



(8) (II) 



850 


2 


200 


2 


850 


2 


200 


2 


850 


I 


850 


2 


200 


2 




5 



L 
L 
M 
M 

L 
M 
M 



850 
850 


2 

2 


L 
L 

1 

1 




2 



560 









560? 


I 


L 


850 


2.1 


L 

1 


850 


2 
2 


L 





0B8EBTATI0NS OF LE&TENWOBTH AKD HOLLER. 



59 



Epoch 
3880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 


Obsxbvxd. 


COBRSOT1EI>. 


Fositioii Dis- 
Angle. tance. 


POSitiOD 

Angle. 


tance. 



Mftgnitnde. 



c 


^ 


s 


.d 


^ 


iP 


£ 


1 




• 



6 

I 

o 




2" i86 = Piazzi I. 209. 
a= i»5o'".2; ^5 = + 1° 18'. 



206.9 



207.2 
205.8 

206.6 



0.38 



0.48 , 
0.38 



7.0 
6.8 
6.8 

6.9 



7-3 
6.8 

71 



1300 
1300 



3 
3 



Very little yellow. 



^ Without prism. 
t 



0.41 

a Estimated 200°. 

^7 = 58Ceti. 



1300 I 4.2 



1300 



7.0 

» Estimated 0".25. 



L 
L 
M 

L 



a = I* 52'".4 ; fi = 



36'. 



6.876 


— O.I 


i 

12.3 


2.71 


6.908 


— O.I 


10.9 


2.81 


6.944 


0.5 


12.5 


3.22 


6.944 


0.3 


II. 8 

• 


309 


6.916 





"•5 
10.2 

11. 

11. 1 



2.85 

2.95 
3-42 
323 



7.0 
7.0 



II. o 
II. o 



7.0 10.5 



850 


2.1 


850 


2 


200 


2 


850 


2.1 



10.9 I 3.10 
White. 



7.0 10.8 



L 
L 
L 
L 



/9 516 = Lai. 3851. 
a == I* 59"*. 6 ; d ^ — 1° 30'. 



6.766 
6.782 






» 






7.8 


7.8 
8.4 


1300 
850 




M 


0.0 


282.8^ 


0.97 


283.4 


1.06 


8.3 


I 


L 


6.802 


— 0.2 


286.7* 


6.71 


287.7 


0.79 


8.5 


8.7 


1300 


2 


L 


6.944 


+ 0.2 


290.0* 


0.65 


290.6 
287.4 


0.74 
0.84 


8.4 
8.2 


8.5 
8.4 


850 


I 


L 


6.832 






2 










Very 111 


tUe blue. 


'Estim 


at«d280o. 











Hastings = Lai. 4219. 
a = 2* io"'.6 ; 5 =« — 18° 45'. 



6.837 
6.845 
6.845 
6.938 
7.018 ' +05 



0.0 

— 0.2 

0.0 

0.0 



336.8* 
336.8 

336.7 
337.0* 1.67 

337.4*1 2.08 



2 17 , 337-3 
2.00 336.0 

2.07 337-2 

337-5 

336.9 



6.902 



337 -o 



2.29 
2.18 
2.19 
1.79 
2. 10 



8.2 
8.0 

7.8 

8.S 



8.5 
8.8 

8.1 
9.0 



2.15 ' 8.1 8.6 



850 


2 


200 


2 


850 


3 


850 


3-1 


850 


3 




4 



L 
L 
L 
L 
M 



Yellowish ; greenish. > Estimated 330^. 



60 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-'86. 



E];>ocli 
1880 + 



5.890* 

6.648 

6.656 

6.780 

6.780 



6.695 



6.673 
6.673 
6.722 
6.722 
6.782 
6.908 

6.776 



6.732 



Hour 
Angle. 



-f-O.I 

— OS 

-0-5 

— O.I 

0.0 

-f-O.I 



Obssbvxd. 



PoelHon ; DIb- 
Angle. I taooe. 



GOBRBCntD. 



Position 
Angle. 



Dis- 
tance. 



Magnitude. 



i 

& 






,5 5i9 = W. ii.367. 
a = 2* 24'".2 ; ^ = — 2** 45'. 



• • 


57-7 


1. 01 


0.2 


56.5 


0.97 


• • 


57-2 


• ■ ■ 


• • 


53o*j. • • 


• • 


* • • 


1-35 



55-6 
56.6 

53.3 



1.06 



8.3 



Jf-39 



55-2 1. 17 



8.3 



1 Without prism. * Estimated 60°. 

H. A. H. 3. 
tf = 2* 26*.3 ; <5 = — 8 



O ^' 



208.7 

208.5 
205.0 
203.1 



2.39 
2.52 

2.04 

2.55 



206.6* 2.43 
208.0* 2.49 I 



I 



209.0 


2.48 


209.3 


2.54 


205.8 


2.06 


204.1 


2.55 


205.7 


2.56 


207.1 


2.62 


206.4 


2.53 



9.0 9.0 



9.0 
9.0 



9.2 
9.1 



9.0 9.1 



1 Estimated 210°. 



a 



2' 280 = Lai. 4773. 
2* 28-.6 ; ^ =- — 6° /. 



346.3 
347.8 




3.46 

3.74 
3.66 



346.6 
347-4 



3 63 
3-97 



345 2 

392 

3.83 ! 346.2 ] 3.80 

3-52 j 346.1 , 3,69- 



7.8 7.8 

• • ■ • 

Jm = 0.2 



346.3 . 3-73 



7.8 7.8 
7.2 7-2 j 

7.6 7.6 



850 
200 
200 
200 
2000 
850 
850 



Little red. ^ Without prism. 



2 
2 

3 

3 

3 
2.1 

I 



I 











• « 


700 


• • • 


L 


95 


850 


3 


L 


■ • 


1300 


2 


L 


• • 


850 


3 


M 


• • 


1300 


I 
2 


M 


9-5 













200 


• • • 


M 


560 


• « • 


M 


560 


I 


M 


1300 


X 


M 


850 


2 


L 


850 


2 
4 


L 



L 
L 
M 
M 
M 
M 
L 



0B8ERTATI0MB OF LEAVENWORTH AND HUUiEB. 



61 



Epoch 
1880 4- 



Hour 
Angle. 


Obsxbvsd. 


OORSKCTZD. 


PoBitlon 
Angle. 


Dlfl. 
tuice. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 



Magnitude. 



i 




k 


^ 


p 


TB 


fii 


SP 



I 



6.938 



jS 520 = Lai. 4858. 
a = 2*3i-.3; ^ = — 4^3'. 



0.0 201.2 



0.79 



199.8 0.89 I 8.6 10.5 
Bluish. 



850 



/? 83 = Lai. 5140. 
a = 2* 40".5 ; ^ = — 5° 24'. 

















- 








6.687 


• • • 


117. 


• • • 


117. 9 


• • • 


• • 


. • 


850 


2 


L 


6.730 


-0.3 


116 6 


• ■ • 


115-2 


• ■ • 


7.0 


8-5 


2000 


3 


M 


6.730 


— 0.6 


• • • 


1. 01 


• • • . 


1.05 


• ■ 


• • 


1300 


3 


M 


6.908 


0.0 


117. 6 


0.83 


118. 5 


0.92 


7.5 


8.8 


850 


2 


L 


6.938 


— 0.2 


114. 7 


0-93 


115-6 


1.02 


• • 


• • 


850 


2 


L 


7.018 


0.0 


^^S-^ 


0.89 


"3-7 


0.93 
0.98 


Jm 


== 2.2 


1300 


2 


M 


6.856 








116. 2 


7.1 


8.7 


4 





6.766^ 
6.766* 

6.766 



— 0.2 



6.802 

6.845 
6.831 



iS 1002 = O. Arg. S. 1810. 
tf = 2* 42"'.o ; 5 =a — 15° 50'. 



334-2 
337-2 



1.64 '. . . , 
. . . 336.6 



336.6 



8.0 II. 8 



8.0 II. 8 



850 
850 


2 

• • ■ 

I 





' Without prism. * Oompanion too faint for distance. 

F. P. L. = 0. Arg. S. 1817. 
a = 2* 42'".5 ; d=c — 18° 47'. 



1 
-lfO.2 j 24.5 

0.0 26.0 


2.75 

3-o8 


23.7 
25-1 


2.88 
3.22 




1 


24.6 


3.08 



8.2 II. 5 



8.2 II. 5 



M 
M 



1300 


I 


850 


2.1 

I 





L 
L 



62 



DOUBLE STABS, 1885-*86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 

■ 


Hour 
Angle. 


Obrkbvsd. 

Poflltion ' Dlfl. 
Angle. tanoe. 


COKBaOTBD. 

Position Dla- 
Anglei tancou 

1 


BCagnltnde. 

1 


• 
Power. 


Weight 1 


is 






i- 315 = Lai. 5253. 
a = 2* 44" .0 ; S •— — 1 1 ° 0'. 








6.843 


0.0 


158-2 


2.76 


157.7 1 2.76 


• 

7 5 8.0 


850 


1 
1 

2 


M 


6.876 


— O.I 


157-4 


2.41 


158.0 1 2.55 


7.81 8.7 


850 


I 


L 


6.944 

1 


0.0 


156.9 


2.52 


157.5 ' 2.66 


8.o« 8.7 
7.8 8.5 ' 


850 


; 3 

1 


L 


6.890 




1 

157.7 


2.68 




2 




1 




■ 1 
•YeUowtoh. .BlaMi. 

- 334 = Lai. 5523. 












«-2»53-.5; a - + 6° 12'. 








1 

6.780 


0.0 


318.4* 


1.54 


1 
317.2 1.56 6.0 6.0 


1300 


3 


1 
M 


6.791 


— o.s 


317-8 


Jf.54 


316.5 


1.S7 


• • • • 


850 


2 


M 


6.786 






316.8 


1.56 ' 6.0 6.0 


• 


2 






• 


1 ' 

» Estimated 290°. 

/5 II =/>« Eridani. 












« — z* 57-.3 ; rJ = 8** 8'. 








6.799 


0.0 


83.6 


2.73 83.0 


2.73 


5.8 9.0 


850 


2 


M 


' 6.837 


— O.I 


81.3 


2.71 


80.7 ! 2.71 

1 
1 


6.5 9-3 


850 


3 


M 


6.818 




81.8 


2.72 


6.2 9.2 


2 


— 


fi 528 =- W. ii. 1086. 








a = 3* 2"'.9 ; ^ = — 4** !• 








6.84s 


0.0 


i3-8» 0.83 


12.5 


0.91 


8.2 8.3 


850 


2 


L 






1 1 1 

YeUowUh. 1 Estimated 40°. 


— 




-- 






0. s. 








• 




1 1 . . ' 








6.692 


— 0.1 


178.2 


4.55 


178.2 


4-57 


• • • • 


200 


• • « 


M 


6.692 


-0.7 


178.4^ 4.86 


178.7 
178.5 


4.82 

■ 
4.72 


9.7 10. 
9.7 10. 


560 


• • • 


M 


6.692 


I 








'1 I 

> Estimated 106° 











OBSERVATIONS OF LEATENWOBTH AND MULLER. 



63 



Bpocb 
1880 4- 



Honr 
Angle. 


Obbbstkd. 


Ck>BUOTBD. 


Poeltion 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 


Position Din. 
Angle. tance. 



Magnitude. 



^84=.W. iii. 147. 
a = 3* io"'.6 ; r) = — 6"^ 20'. 



6.648 


-j-O.2 


27.7 


0.85 


6.679 


— 0.5 


30.4 


0.65 


6.802 


• • • 


27.3 


0.57 


6.710 




■ 





a 



Very little yellow. 

A. C. 2 = 95 Ceti. 

3* 1 2". 7 ; (5 = — 1° 20'. 



6. 711 
6.769 



Single 
Single 



^ ^ 12 = Lai. 6312. 
a as 3^ 19*. 2 ; ^ = — 14° 23'. 



6.703 

6.843 
6.941 
6.941 
7.010 



6.879 



— 0.6 
-[-0.2 

— 0.1 

— 0.5 



274.6 


2.67 


273.6 


2.67 


276.7 


• • • 


275.7 


... 


277.0 


2.03 


276.8 


2.22 


276.1 


2.21 


277.1 


2.34 


274.4 


2.42 


273.4 


2.42 






274.8 


2.45 



7.3 
7.0 

7.0 

7.0 



9.5 

9.8 

8.2 

9.0 



7.1 9.1 



a 



White; reddieh. 

1 407 == W. iii. 408. 

3* 24*. 7; <5 = — 11° 31'. 



6.673 



... 


41.9 


2.90 


.42.6 


2.90 



(8) (II) 



560 









^ 




1 





^ 


1 


04 


^ 


Q 









26.0 


0.93 


6.0 


7.5 


850 


2 


L 


29.3 


0.72 


6.5 


8.5 


2000 


3.2 


L 


26.0 


0.64 


• • 


• • 


1300 


2 


L 


27.1 


0.76 


6.2 


8.0 




3 


• 










2000 


2 


M 


2000 


3 


L 




" 


"~ 



850 


3 


850? 


I 


200 


2 


850 


I 


850 


' 2 




3 



M 
M 

L 
L 
M 



M 









^ I 


\\j<y -^ V* 


' . Ill* ^ 


1^. 






i 


' 


a = 3* 25".2 ; (J = — 

1 1 


4° 39'. ._ _ 

1 


_ — _ — 




1 

! 


5890 


• • • 


339-5 


1 
1-64 338.4 1-58 


1 
.... 1 


560 


... 


L 


6.908 


+ 0.1 


335.2 


1. 41 


335.8 


1. 51 


7.8 7.8 


1300 


2 


L 


7.018 


0.0 


335.8 


1.38 


335-3 


1.40 

1 


7.3 7.3 : 
7.6 7.6 


1300 


3 


M 


6.748 




1 
1 

336.2 1.48 




2 




1 
1 


White. 


— — — 


— - — 


— — 





64 



bOUBLE STARS, 1885-*86. 



Epoch 
1880 f 





Obsxbtkd. 


COBBBOTSD. 


Hour 

^^^«- Poflltion 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 



Magnitude. 



5.958 
6.766 

6.938 
6.673 



0.3 

O.I 



^ 308 = W. iii. 564. 
a =a= 3* 32'".6 ; ^ = — 8° i'. 

333.4* 1-91 332.8 1.85 . . 
332.6 1.66 331.8 1.69 8.2 
331.8 1.79 331.0 1.82 Jm = 



I 331.7 1.78 8.2 9.4 
* Zero doubtfiil. 

F. P. L. = Schj. 1 136. 
« == 3* 39*-o ; ^ = — IS** 45'- 



6.837 


— O.I 


0.81 


1 
1. 14 


6.845 


— O.I 


358.6 


1.08 


6.908" 


• • • 


2.0 


I. II 


6.841 




t 
1 



0.9 



I 19 I 8.5 10.5 



i.o8 357.9 1. 17 8.3 9.5 

I o 

0.2 10. 0- 



359.4 1. 18 8.3 lO.O 

I 

^ Estimated 0^. * Withoat prism. 

Hold. 67 = Lai. 7249. 
a = 3* 49".4 ; ^ = — 13^ 2'. 



i 
I 






6.722 
6.845 

6.784 



O.I 

0.2 



192.4 

194.0 



i3 542. 
a = 3* 5o'".9 ; «J = — 7® 16'. 



1.48 
1.50 



i 



850 , 3 M 
850 2 L 

850 I L 











• 


560 


. • . 


L 


9.5 


850 1 


4 


M 


I.O 


850 


3 


M 



■ 




— 


" 














6.944 


— 03 


153-6 


3.07 


153.6 


3.15 


Jm = 0.8 


200 


I 


M 


6.944 


0.0 


154-2 


2.85 


153.6 


2.85 


Jm =0.5 


850 


3 


M 


7.010 


— 1.0 


155.2 


2.76 


154.0 


2.83 

1 


7.8 8.5 


200 , 

1 


2 


M 


7.010 

* 


— 0.2 


153.0 


3.24 


152.4 
153.4 


3.23 

1 
2.97 1 


• . • . 
7.8 8.5 


850 


. . . 


M 


6.970 


1 

1 


2 





193. 1 
193. 1 


1.52 
1.60' 1 

1 


8.0 
8.4 


8.5 1 
9.4 


850 
850 


2 
2 


M 
L 


193. 1 


1.56 


8.2 


9.0 

1 




2 





OSSBBVATtONS 6"? liEAVfiNVrOttTB AND UCUiKR. 



65 



Epoch 

1880 -t- 



Honr 
Angle. 



Obskbtbd. 



OORBIOTKD. 



Position ! I>i8. 
Angle. tance. 



Position I Dis. 
Angle. tanoe. 



Magnitude. 



er. 


^ 


&' 


1 


1 


1 : 



2* ^89 »» Positiones Mediae 401. 

« = 3* Sr^-o ; '> = — r"" 19'- 





— » — — 








"■ 










6.845 


— 0.4 


197.0* 


3.10 


196.3 


3.26 


8.2 8.4 


850 


2 


L 


6^1 


03 


197.8 


331 


197.1 


3-47 


8.4 8.6 


850 


2 


L 


7.018 


— 0.5 


1973* 


2.97 


197.8 


' 3.00 


Jm =0.1 


336 


1 
• • • 


M 


7.018 


0.0 


196.3 


3.08 


197.2 


3.05 


• • • • 

8.3 8.5 
bimated 190^. 


1300 


4.3 ' 

I 

1 

4 ! 


M 


6.947 




; 197.0 

ttle yellowish red. 


3-22 


- 


1 






IJ 








r5i8 B,C. = 


- 40 Eridani. 






1 






a = 4* 


10*. 2 ; 


^«- 


- 7° 48'- _ 








5.890 


* . • 


112. 5 


3.18 


112. 7 


1 
3.16 


• . . . 


560 


1 

1 
• . .1 


L 


5.890^ 


... 


112. 3 


2.79 


.... 


' • • • 


. . • • 


S6o 


1 
... 


L . 


6. 112 


• * • 


III. 4 


3 30 


III. 6 
112. 2 


3.28 


.... 


560 


... 

I 


L 1 


6.001 




1 

3.22 


(10) (II) 


1 
I 


1 
1 

1 


_ 


















_ _ 1 



a 



* Without prism. 

1 536 « Lai. 8222. 
4* 16-.7; (J = —4° 56'. 



5.958 
6.040 
6.040* 

6.837 
6.837 

6.478 



0.8 
0.2 



166.0 


1.87 


164.8 


1.82 


• . 


. • 


163. 1 


2.06 


161. 9 


2.01 


• . 


. . 


162.5 


• • ■ 


.... 


• • • 


. . 


. a 


170.3 


2.13 


169.3 


2.23 


7-5 


8-3 


161. 1 


1.80 


160.9 


1.80 
1.92 


• • 

7.5 


• • 




163.2 


8.3 



560 
560 
560 

200 

1300 



L 
L 
L 
M 
M 



a 



^ without prism. 

r 544 = w. iv. 369. 

= 4* i9".6; ^ = — 9^ i'. 



6-938 — 0.2 
6.938 +0.3 



351.4 
354-4' 



2.54 350.9 2.63 . . 
2.75 354-5 2.75 Jm 



= 0.2 



6938 



353-3 2.71 



Estimated 366°. 



200 


2 


M 


850 


3 M 


1 

1 
1 


2 











66 



DOUBLE STABS, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 

1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 


Obsxbybd. 


OOBBXOTBD. 


PoBitlon 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dit- 

tance. 



Magnitude. 



& 



H. A. H. 6 =s O. Arg. S. 3270. 
a =« 4* 35".o ; ^ « — 20° 6'. 



6.692 +0.3 



97.1 



a 



3.06 96.1 3.06 ! (8) (9) 

tS 186 = Lai. 8986. 
r4*4o'".6; d = — 7° 11'. 



560? 



5 958 
6.944 

6.615 



— 0.2 



177.4* 
178.2 



1.80 



6.938 — 



fi 316 = Lai. 9181. 
a « 4» 47-.4 ; d 5" 28'. 

Jm = 0.0 

1 6^6 = Lai. 9528. 
« « 4* 57"-8 ; ^ 8° 49 . 



m 

0.2 


179.6 


1.28 


179.9 


I-3I 



1300 



6.722 



0.0 



IOI.5 3.89 



100. 1 



3-93 



C7) (8) 



200 



2* 661 = X Leporis. 
a = 5* 8'".2 ; ^ = — 13** 4'. 



6.703 
6.815 

6.873 
6.873 



— O.I 


357-7 


— 0.2 


357.9 


— 0.2 


356.4 


— 0.4 


359.2 



6.794 



358.0 2.67 I 5.2 

TeUowiah; white. 



7.5 



«/ 
ua 



^ 



i 



. • 1 



M 



175.8 


1 

1.74 


• . 


1 

1 

• • 


560 


1 

• • • 


L 


178.4 


1. 81 


8.0 


9.3 


850 


3-2 


M 


177-5 


1.79 1 


8.0 


9.3 ' 




1 » 1 




* Zero doubtful. 






■ ~" 







3.3 



M 



M 



1 

2.46 , 


358.1 


2.45 ' 


• • 


• • 


1300 


3 


M 


2.68 


358.2 


2.68 


5-5 


7-5 


850 : 


2 


M 


2.66 


355-2 


2.86 , 


5.0 


7-5 1 


200 

1 


I 


L 


2.71 1 


359.0 


2.85 


• • 


• • 


850 

1 


I 


L 



OB8EBTATION8 OF LBAVENWOBTH AND HUIXEB. 



67 



^m^^^Xm. 


Hour 
Angle. 


Obsxiitbd. 

Position 1 Dls- 
Angle. tuice. 

• 


OoBnBontD. 




i 

& 


Weight. 


1 



xt 


Portion 
Angle. 


1 

Die- ; 

tanoe. ! 

1 


Magnltnde. 

1 






fi 318 =- Lai. 9873. 
a =- 5* IO-.8 ; ^ — 3° 36'. 








6. 112 


... 


229.8 


0.59' 


227.3 


0.48 


(8) (8) 


1300 


I 


L 






^ Single ditftftnoe measured. 

Peters = B. A. C. 1678. 












a =.5* 18-.2; ^= — 0° 58'. 








5-958 


• . . 


350.4 


2.00 


349.0 


1-95 


(8) (8) 


560 


• • • 


L 






^734 = W. V. 631. 






• 






a = 5* 27".6 ; «J = — I** 4/. 








6.938 


0.0 


352.4 


1.80 


352.6 


1.83 


6.5 8.0 


850 


3 


M 






i? 89 = Lai. 10608. 










• 


a = 5* 32'".o ; ^ = — 1° 30'. 

1 1 








6.730 


— O.I 


355.4 


0.97 

• 


355.6 


1. 01 


6.8 8.5 


.1300 


3 


M 






y5 15 = W. V. 1022. 












a == 5* 42*. 2 ; ^ = — 2° 21'. 

1 








6.837 


— 0.3 


180.3 


1.99 180.7 2.01 8.3 10. 


850 


3 


M 


6.944 


+ 0.2 


178.6 


2.12 


179.0 2.14 


Jm = 2.5 
8.1 10.2 


850 


2 


M 


6.890 




179.8 2.08 




2 








2* 826 = Lam. v. 836. 












«='5*53"-3; ^ = —1° 20'. 

1 ■ II 








6.938 


0.0 


122.4 


1.92 


121. 


1.94 


8.0 8.5 


850 


3 


M 






i? 18 =■ Lai. 12006. 
a — 6^ ii~.6; d— 12° 0'. 








6. 112 


... 


277.2 


1 

1.74 276.7 1.68 .... 


560 


• ■ • 


L 


6.941 


— 0.2 


274.2 


1.57 1 275.1 1.68 .... 


850 


I 


L 


6.526 


! 


275.9 

1 


! 1.68 


, (8) (9) 

1 




I 

1 





68 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 


Obbxbvxd. 


Ck>BBSOTXD. 


PoBitlon 
Angle. 


tance. 


Position 
Angle. 


DiB. 

tance. 



Magnitade. 




,9569 = Lai. 12315. 
a ^6^ 20"*. I ; ^ = — lo"* 52'. 



6.837 

6.837 
6.944 

6.890 



— 0.4 

— 0.4 
+ 0.2 



116. 1 
117. 1 



1.86 



89 



. . 114. 7 • • • 8.2 9.5 
2.17 115. 7 2.20 I Jm =2.0 



115. 2 1.99 8.0 9.7 



2" 919 B. C. = II Monocerotis. 
a = 6* 23'-.5; .J = — 6^57'. 



6.758* 
6.758* 
6.758* 

6.758 



0.9 


IOI.9 


0.4 


105.2 


0.3 


103.5* 



2.29 

2.50 



100. o 2.38 
104.0 2.51 

102.3 . . 



Jm ^ 



102.6 2.47 (5) 



850 


3 


M 


1300 


2 

1 


M 


850 


2.1 

2 


M 







1 


200 


2.3 


M 


= 0.3 


850 


2 


M 


• • 


1300 ^ 

1 


2 


M 


(s) 


1 
I 


1 
2 





^ No illumlnaUon. « Estimated 106°. 

1 955 A. B. = Lai. 12876. 
a = 6* 35".9 ; d^ — f 54'. 



6. 112 
6.938 


• • 

0.0 


276.7 
269.2 


1. 00 

• • • 


1 

275.6 0.92 
268.2 ... 


• • 

8.3 
8.3 


• • • 

9.0 
9.0 


560 
1300 


• • « 

2 

1 


L 
M 


6.663 


1 
270.7 0.92 




^ 1 



1 

1 


6 


A. 

c = 6* 


G. C. 1 


= Si 


rius. 
■ 16° 34'- 








- 4 
6.040* ,. 

6. 205* . 


35-2 


• • • 33.4 , 


560 
560 


• • • 

• • • 


L 
L 


00 • * 


1 


1 

6.040 


1 

i 33-4 . . .' (0 (7) 




I 




» Without driving clock. » Without prism. 

2* 971 = Sclij. 2384. 
a = 6*43'".3; (J = — 13*^ 19'. 


1 6.944 \. . . 

1 


325.4* 


1.82 


324-5 


1.85 


Jm =0.2 


850 


3 


M 




'Estlma 


ted 340°. 











OBSERVATIONS OF LEATENWOBTH AND HULLEB. 



69 





















^» -.1.. 


Hour 
Angle. 


Obsebtkd. Oq&bxotbd. 


Magnitude. 


1 


Weight. 


_• 


Epoch 
1880 -t- 


Position Dia. 
Angle tandR 


Position 
Angle. 


I>i8. 
tanoe. 


1 


6.136 


• • • 


/9 20 = Lai. 13 1 70. 
a^iff" 43"*.9 ; <5 = — 16° 6'. 






1 

32.2 1 3.70 1 30*1 

1 


3-70 


8.0 II. 


560 


• • • 


L 



/9 898 A. B. =- O. Arg. S. 5753. 
« = 6» 45-4 ; S 15° 54'. 



6.112 



• • . 


350-9 


324 


349-8 


3.23 



(8) (n) 




v- 998 == W. vi. 1530. 
a « 6* si^-S ; ^ = — 5° 20'. 



6.834 , —0.7 



206.81 



3-45 



207.7 



3-43 



Jm =0.1 



> EBttmated aOO°. 

/9 197 ss Lai. 14026. 
a = 7»7-.5; ^ = — 6\«>8'. 



6.938 



0.0 


145.8 


2.20 


• 1 

144.8 2.21 

1 



8.0 9.3 



J 1056 = Lai. 14107. 
a = 7* lo^.o ; ^ = — I® 41 



o .,t 



S50 




50 



M 



6.136 


• • • 

• 

+/).I 


300.4 


3.89 


300.7 


3-90 


(8) (8) 

1 


560 


• • • 


L 




H. A. H. 64 = 

a = 7* 10". 2 ; 


= W. vii. 245. 
fJ =« — 0^ 26'. 


• • • 

3 




i 6.136 
6.943 


315-2 
313-3* 


2.78 
2.61 


315-2 
312. 1 


2.75 
2.61 


8.5 8.5 

Jm = 0.2 


560 
850 


L 
M 


6.674 


— O.I 






313-1 


2.66 


8.5 8.6 


850 


2 




^837 


>Efltima 

/S 330 -= La 
a = 7* i4"'.o; 


tedSaoo. 

m. V. 


1328. 
- 0° 42'. 


3 




212.8 


1. 21 


213-5 


, "-25 


8.5 9.0 


M 



70 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 



Obskbykd. 



PoBltiou 
Angle. 



Dis- 
tance. 



COBBKOTXD. 



Position 
Angle. 



Dis- 
tance. 



Magnitude. 






6.305 • 



6.194 ;. 



• • 



{3 201 = Lai. 14945. 
a=«7*34'".i ; ^ = —20^3'. 

331.4 2.83 331.0 2.80 (7) (8) 

I 

- 1 146 == 5 Puppis. 
a = 7* 42'".8 ; fJ = — 1 1"* 57'. 

1 

i6.i 1 3.50 14.2 3.50 (5) (7) 



2' 1 157== Lai. 15431. 
a = 7* 49*.o ; ^ = — 2° 31'. 



6.837 



— O.I 


249-5 


1-33 


249-3 


1.37 



7-9 7-9 



l3 903 = Lai. 15768. 
a==7*58~.7; fJ = — i°33'. 



6.136* 
6.938 

6.938 





20. Q* 


1 






0.0 


27-3 


1.68 

1 


28.3 
28.3 


1. 71 






1 


1. 71 



8.0 9.0 
8-5 9-5 

8.2 9.2 



560 
850 



^ Without prism. 'Eyes normaL 

iS 206 = W. C. 3490. 
a^S"" 3o'".7 ; '5 = — 24° 44\ 



6.210* 



285.2 



(8) • (9) 



•a 



560 I. . 



s 

I 



, 560 

1 


... Xj 

1 


1 

560 


• & . Ld 


850 


3-2 


M 



I 


L 


3 


M 


I 





Without prism. 



Schj. 12 s« Lai. 17509. 
a « 8* 46-.6 ; rJ == — 10° 43'. 



6.136 



• • 



349-9 



2.66 



348.6 



2.63 1 (8) (9) 



560 



jS 24 = Lai. 17586. 
a = 8* 48'".9 ; <J = — 8° 20'. 




0.2 



173.5 1.22 I 173.5 1-26 Jm =0.8 



850 



M 



OBSERVATIONS OF LEAVENWORTH AND MULLER. 



71 



Epoch 
1890 f I 



6.854 
6.854* 

6.848 



Honr 
Angle. 


0B8KBVF.D. 


OOBBBOTRD. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 


Position 
Angla 


Dis- 
tance. 



Magnitude. 



,i 


^ 


V 


ja 


^ 


bc 


b 


"8 


Pi 


^ 



/? 210= Lai. 17696. 
« = 8*5i-.8; d^— if o. 



6.194^ 

6.8371 '. . . 

6.837 — ^'2 



-[-0.2 



182.2 



183.5' 

183.3 
181. 9 



2.72 
2.40 

2.59 
2.97 

2.73 



183.9 ; 2.59 
183.7 2.97 
182.3 2.73 



183.3 



2.76 



Jm =0.1 



(7) (7) 



560 
200 
850 
850 
850 




Without prism. ' Estimated 176°. » No illumination. 

I 1316 A B. = Lai. 18025. 
a « 9* 2"*.4 ; ^ = — 6° 41'. 



345-4 


8.29 


. . 


• • 


346.7 


• • • 


. . 


• • 


345.5 


8.23 


• • 


• • 


345.9 


8.26 


(8) 


(") 



AC. 



6.136 
6.147 
6.205 


• • • 

• « • 

• • • 


138.1'^ 

142.0 

139.9 


6.94 

• • • 

6.71 


6.163 









138.3 


7.04 


• • 

4 


• • 


142.2 


• • • 


• • 


• • 


140. 1 


6.81 


• • 


• • 


140.2 


6.93 


(8) 


do) 



560 

560 
560 



BC. 



6.136 
6.147 

6.147' 

6.147' 
6.205 

6.163 



4 

2 

2 



560 

560 
560 


• • • 

• • ■ 

• • • 

I 



& 



O I 



L 
M 
M 
M 

M 



L 
L 
L 



L 
L 
L 



• • • 

• * • 

• • • 


44.8 
47.2 

4.7.0* 


3.41 

• • • 


42.9 

45-3 


3-41 

• « • 




560 
560 
560 
560 
560 




T/ .^ 

4-4.4.* 










TT'T 
46.0 


3.72 


44.1 


3.72 










44.1 


3.56 


(8) (10) 




I 



L 
L 
L 
L 
L 



* Without prism. * Eye« parallel. ^ Eyes normaL 



n 



DOUBLE STABS, l885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 -f 



Hour 
Angle. 


OB8XBVSD. 


OOHRBOTSD. 


PofdUon 
Angle. 


IMS- 

tsnoe. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dla. 
tance. 



ICagnitnde. 






/9 212 =! Hydrae 95. 
a « 9* lo".? ; ^ = — 7^ 53'. 







"if 


&' 


ja 


► 


1 


1 







7015 



224.7 ^-49 j 223.8 1.59 7.3 8.0 

TeUowlBh; bluish. 

/9 214 as Lai. 19064. 
a = 9»36".3; d i7«58'. 



6.290 



262.0 3.22* 261.3 I 3'2i ' 8.0 10.5 

I I I 

I I _ _ I 

^ Fixed wire moved ? 

Schj. 14 = W. X. 242. 
a » 10* 16* .3 ; d = — 9° 13'. 



6.301* 



178.9 1.96 



80 9.0 



> Without prism. 

h 4311 =B Lai. 20158. 
a ^ 10* t7".9 ; 5 = — 12° 49 . 



6.136 
6.i36> 

6.I36* 



• • • 

• • • 


125.8 
126.5 


3-91 
4-05 


126.0 

... 


3-92 

. . • 

3-92 








126.0 



• • • • 



• * • a 



(7) (") 



^ Without prism. 'Eyes normsL 

1 1441 = Lai. 20383. 
a = 10* 25".5 ; ^ =« — 7** 4 



O .t 



6.290* 



165.5 2. 87* 



. • . I . 



6.0 10. O 



850 



560 



560 . . .1 L 



560 
560 



L 
L 



700? 



* Without prism. * Fixed wire moved ? 



/9lII. 

a =s 10* 45".7 ; ^ = — 8'' 31'. 



6.301 



4-9 



3-55 



3-3 I 3-54 (9) (9) 



560 



OBSERVATIONB OF LEAVENWORTH AMD MCLLEB. 



73 



Epoch 
1880 + 

1 


Hour 
Angle. 


• 

Obrvbvkd. 


OOSBSOTXD. 


Magnitude. 


■ % 
s 

1 


•a 
1 


I 



Poflltlon 
Angle. 


Dis. 
tance. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dla. 
tanoe. 






1 1530 = Lai. 21600. 










• • • 


a= II* I4".2; rJ== 6^ 18'. 

1 
313. 1 7.72* 8.5 8.5 


700? 




L 


6.290* 


• • • 


1 
1 




1 1 

^ Without prism. > Fixed wire moved. 

^ 26 = Lai. 21697. 










• • • 


a » II* i8"'.2 ; ') = — 9° 49'. 


850 

1 




L 


1 6.301 

1 


1 

67.4 2.94 66.2 

1 1 


2.91 (8) (10) 

1 
1 


• • • 






/9 601 B C. 












a = II* 23".8 ; ^ = — 16^ 44'. 








6.290 


1 
1 

• • • 


220.4 . . . 217.9 • • • (7) (9) 


850 


• • ■ 


L 


1 




2' 1560 = Lai. 22068. 












a= li»33-.7; <) = — 1^48'. 








5-329 


1 
• « • 


279-3 S'S^ 279.5 5.62 ' C7) (10) 

• 


560? 


... 


L 






/9 457 = 0. Arg. S. 1 1836. 








1 




a « 1 1* 55"'.8 ; <5 =* — 20'' 54'. 




# 




1 . 

6.301 


1 

• J 

1 


82.3 1.251 81.3 


1. 18 8.0 10. 


850 


... 


L 






^ single diRtanoe mesHured. 












2:i593«W. XI. 959. 












a« II* 57-.9; .J =« — I** 50'. 

17.9 1.92 15.8 1.86 (8) (8) 

1 


560? 






5-350 


• • • 


' 
I 


L 


1 

1 

1 

1 




[i 412 =* Lai. 22722. 








t 




a = 12* 2~.7 ; (J = —17'' 58'. 








6.301 


• • • 


161. 


i.84» 160.2 1.77 (8) (9) 


850 


. 


L 


1 




* Single distance meaaiired. 









74 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-*86. 



Eiwch 
1880 + 



5.342 



6.295* 
6.301 



6.301 



6.301 



6.306 
6.353 

6 353* 



6.330 



Hour 
Angle. 


OBfODITXD. 


GORBBOTXO. 


F^Mitlon 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 


Potation 
Angle. 


Din. 
tance 



Magnitude. 



I 



I 



e 



I 



iS 28 = B. A. C. 4213. 
6t = 12* 24"'.4 ; r) = — 12° 46'. 



I 



2.9 2.20 



I.I 2.16 ' (6) (10) 



F. P. L. =- DM — 17° 3651. 
a = 12* 28".4 ; ^ = — 17° 35'. 



33.0 


1.94 


• • 


• 


34.0 


1.47 


31 


.8 




1 


31 


.8 



• • 



1-39 



1-39 



7-5 
7.8 



9-5 
10. o 



7.6 9.8 



a 



* Without prism. Olouds. 

fi 221 «= Lai. 24532. 
i3*7*.4; 'J = — 14° 52'. 



45.6 1.70 43.5 



1 .62 (8) (9) 



^1738 = W. xiii. 247. 
a = 13* i7'*.4 ; r) =- — 14° 21'. 



... 

... 

... 


281.5 

282.8 

281.^ 


4.21 
4-49 


281.5 
282.8 


4.23 
4.5« 
















282.2 


4.37 

1 

1 



• • 



(8) (8) 

* Without prism. 

O. S. 76 = O. Arg. S. 12867. 
13* 20". 3 ; «5 = — 22° 40'. 



a 



6.301 



5.342 



355.1 1.85 . . .;. . . 9.0 9.0 

i_ _ I _ i 

^ Without prism. 

^ 114 = W. xiii. 438. 
a « 13* 28"'.5 ; <5 = — 8° 3'. 

135-7 ' 1.66 135.4 1 .60 (8) (8) 



560? 



560? 
850 



I 



I ! L 



850 



560 
560 
560 



L 
L 
L 



850 



560? 



OBSERVATIONS OF LEAVENWORTH AND MULLER. 



75 



/9 ii8 == O. Arg. S. 14034. 
a = 14* 47'*.6 ; ^ = — iG" 3'. 



6.306 



• : 308-.7 , 2.00 308.6 1.95 8.0 9.0 



560 



- 3090 = Lai. 27568. 
«= i5*3"-o; *^ = — 0*^33'. 



5-372 . . . 276.3 , 1.78 




(8) (8) 



560? 



^ 227 = B. A. C. 5039. 

a = 15* I2".7; fJ = — 23° 52'. 



6.306 



• • • 



179-0 2.33 I 177.5 



2.28 (8) (9) 



850 



h 47561 = Lac. 6325. 

a == 15* 13*. 2 ; <5 = — 23° 52'. 



6.306 



• • 



329.2 



328.4 ... (7) 



(8) 



850 



> Equals ^ 228. 




/? 33 = W. XV. 424. 
a = 15* 25"". 2 ; <T = — 12° 37'. 



3.14 8.2 10.5 



560 



/5 122 = Lai. 28495. 
« = 15* SS'"-^ ; <5 = — 19° 25'. 



5-362 



205.1 



a « a 



202.8 




1 
\ 


■ Epoch 


Hour 
Angle. 


Obbbbtbd. 


OOIUtBOTKD. 


Magnitude. 


Power. 


Weight 


1' 


Position 
Angle. 


Dis- 
Unoe. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dift. 
tance. 









^^ 116 »= Lai. 26177. 
a = 14* i3'".6 ; ^ = — 13"* 12'. 








6.306 

1 


1 
• • • 

1 


279-3 3-08 


279.2 , 3.06 

1 


(8) (8) 


560 


I 


L 



76 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 
3880 + 



6.468 



Hour 
Angle. 



Obskktkd. 



OOB&BOTBD. 



Position I Dig- 1 Position 
Angle. tance. I Angle. 



tance. 



Magnltade. 



I 



/5 35 = Piazzi xv. 150. 
a = 15* 36'".6 ; 'J = — 15° 40'. 



-j-o.i 100.7 



100.5 



8.0 II. o 



560 



2' 1974= Lai. 28787. 
«=- i5*43'".4; /5== — 2° 54 



.0 ^ .f 



6.298 



163.8 



2.56 



162.9 I 2.52 



(8) (8) 



850 



t 



g 



5.381 



/? 120 A B. =« V Scorpii. 



a = 16* 5".6 ; <? 



19" II' 



I 6.298^ . 



7.2 I 0.65 



1 Without prism. 

CD. 



44.2 



42.0 



(7) (8) 



850 



H. 512 = /» Ophiuchi. 
a = 16* i9"'.3 ; ^ = — 9° 37'. 




6. 511 



-0.5 


357-3 


376 


357-1 3.94 



7.8 8.2 




Slightly yellow. 



2' 3 105== Lai. 30053. 
a = 16* 25"*.9 ; <J = — 6° 47'. 



* Without prism. 

- 3106 = W. xvi. 912. 
a = 16* 49'".8 ; <5 = — 4'' 59'. 



6.407 



0.5 67.2 2.33 



65.7 2.29 1 8.5 8.7 



560 



6.298' . 


1 
• •' 41-5 


1 


(8) 


(8J 


850 


• • • 


L 


6.298» . 


• • ■ • • 


1 

"SX . • .. . . 


• • 


• • 


1300 


• « • 


L 



OBSERVATIONS OF LEATENWOBTH AND MUIXEB. 



77 



Epoch 
1«» + 



Hoiir 
Angle. 



0B8BBV1CD. 



Position 
Angle. 



Dig. 
tance. 



COKBKOTKD. 



I 

Position I Dis- 
Anglo. I tjmce. 



Magnitude. 



r 3128 = Lai. 32664. 
^^ = i7*47'"-o; ^= — 7°53'- 



6.298' 



• • • 


26.0 


1. 19 


• • • 


• a ■ 



7.7 II. o 



* Without prism. 



-T 2303 = Lai. 33731. 
«« iS* I4".i ; ^ = — 8° 2'. 



6.678 



222.7 



223.5 



• • 



7.0 9.0 



/5 48 = Lai. 33729. 
a = 18* i4'".4 ; <5 = — 19° 43'. 



6.298^ 



358-8 



2.51 



(9) (9) 



^ Without prism. 



/5 135 = Scuti Sobieski 45. 
«= i8*3i'-.8; d = — 14° 6'. 



6.446 



0-3 



187.7 I. • • 



185.8 



7-5 12.5 



2* 2347 = Serpen tis 196. 



i 


ja 


k 


ts 


s 


1 



1300 



850 



560 



560 



i 



M 



O. S. = W. M. Z. (260) 80. 
a«i8*38".4; d 19^59. 



6.695 



-j-o.i . 285.2*1 2.01 



283.7 



2.03 



8.5 8.7 



560 



Estinutted a86<3. 



■ 




a 


:=l8 


* 32"". 2 ; 5 = - 


- 0° 29'. 






: 6.407 


— 0.2 


258.4 


2.89 


257.6 2.87 


8.3 9.0. 


S6o 


• • • J./ 


6.542 

• 


— 0.2 


259-3 


3.32 


259-7 3-48 


8.5 10.5 

1 


S6o 1 


• • • La 

1 

1 


6.474 




258.6 3.18 


8.4 9.8 


1 

1 

1 


I 










White. 









M 



78 



DOUBLE STABS, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 

1 
1 

1 


Hour 
Angle. 


Obabbvsd. 


CoRRBcrrxD. 


Magnitude. 


Power. 

1 


Velgbt. 


Obaerver. 


POflltiOQ 

Angle. 


Dis- 
tanoe. 


Position 
Angle. 


DIs- 
tance. 




a 


h 2845 = Lai. 35207. 

-18* 49^.5; 5 — 17° 43'. 


« 




1 
6.646^ ' 


• ■ • 


5.9 


1 

513 


• • • 


■ • • 


(9) («o) 


560 


• * ■ 


M 



* Without priam. 

Harvard 150 == C Sagittarii. 
a = 18* 55'".6 ; f) = — 30° 2'. 



6.772 ! —0.8 



271.6* 



0.47 



271.9 



0.53 



4.0 4.3 



1300 



Very bine with power aOO ; green with bine raya with power 1300. ^ Estimated 270^. 

Hold. 33. 
a = 18* 56'".3 ; ^ = — 28° 49 . 



6.782 



— 0.8 



59.8^ 



2.62 



I 



60.2 ' 2.62 Jm = 0.2 
' Estimated UP. 

2' 2434 B. C. = Lai. 35545. 
a = 18* 57"*.! ; b^ —d" 52'. 



850 



M 





"" 


■ 


_ — 


1 


— 








6.407 


— 0.2 


63.6 


1.38 


6t.8 1.32 


8.8 9.8 


560 


I 


L 

1 

1 


1 




2" 2490. 












a =B 19* 1 2'". 2 ; <5 =« — 3° 40'. 








1 

1 6.465 


— 0.2 


[ 
248.2 3.56 


247-0 355 


8.3 9-7 


560 


I 


! L 


6.752 


— 0.2 


248.4 


3.24 247.8 3.46 8.7 9.8 


200 


I 


L 


6.560 






247 -3 3-52 


8.5 9-8 




I 








H. A. I 


I. = 0. Arg. 


S. 19458. 








a= 19* i6*.5; <5=r i8° 12'. 








6.725 


+ 0.3 


83.0 


2.47 


81.9 2.56 


■ • • • 


200 


2 


M 


6.725 


— 0.4 


81.8 


2.41 


81.3 2.41 


9.0 9.8 
9.0 9.8 


1300 


2 


M 


6.725 






81.5 2.46 

1 




I 





0B8EBVATI0N8 OF LEAVENWOBTH AND HULLBB. 



79 



Epoch 
188U + 



Hour 
Angle. 


Obscbvkd. 


OOBUBOTBD. 


Pofiitton 
Angle. 


Die- 
tanoe. 


Pofdfclon 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tanco. 



Magnitude. 



i 




t 


s 


I 


t 



-2513. 

a = 19* I9"'.5 ; f7 = + 2"* 1 1'. 



6.613 



+ 0.1 



318.6 



2.18 



319-5 



2.31 



8.0 9.2 



WUte. 



6.782 



^ 423 = O. Arg. S. 19560. 
a =a 19* 20"'.9 ; 'J ^ — 29° 43'. 



Jm = 0.5 



/9 142* =■ Aquilae 106. 

a == 19* 22"*.0 ; ^ = — 12*^ 22'. 



— I.I 


125.8 


1-23 


124.3 


1.27 



6.542 I — 0.2 ; 327.1 



1.56 327.6 , 1.68 : 8.0 8.2 



White. * Equals SchJ. 90. 



2-2519. 

a = 19* 22*. I ; ^ = — 9** 45 



6.714 



+ 0.1 123.0 



11.67 122. O 



2' 2541 = Lai. 371 13. 
a = 19* 3o'".8 ; <J = — lo** 41'. 



6.407 —0.2 330.8 , 4.04 



330.5 



4.04 8.5 9.0 



6.695 


— 0.1 


134-5 


3.26 


6.733 


-|-O.I 


130-3 


2.85 


6.741 


— O.I 


133.0 


3-^9 



/S 467 = O. Arg. S. 19936. 
a = 19* 4o"*.o ; ^ = — 21° 48'. 



133.2 3.26 8.0 II. o 

129. 1 2.84 8.0 II. o 
131. 8 3.08 7.5 10. o 



S50 



560 



11.39 (8) (8) 1300 



560 



6.726 



131. 2 3.04 7.8 10.7 



Yellow; orange. 







M 



M 



560 


2 M 


850 


3 M 


850 


2 i M 

3 ^ 









80 



DOUBLE STABS, 1885-86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 


Hour 
Angle. 


Obmbbtcd. 


GOBBSOTXn. 




POdtlOQ 

Angle. 


Dig. 

t«nce. 


Pooltion 
AngleL 


DlB. 

tanoe. 


Magnitude. 






0. s. 






a = 19* 4o*. ; ^ = — 22° 6'. 


6.769 


1 
0.4 

_. 1 


8.6 1.69 9.2 

1 


1. 71 


8.3 9.0 






1 2582. 






a = 19* 44'".o ; ^ = — 4° 10'. 


6.714 ' 

1 


— 0.3 1 


261. 1 


2.59 260.9 


1 
2.57 8.0 9.3 


1 




1 

YeUow. 

A. C. 12 = Lai. 38059. 






a — 19* 52'".6 ; d:^ — 2** 31'. 


6.543 


— 0.3 


335.8 


1.09 326.3 


1. 18 


7.8 8.2 


6.659 


— 0.2 


325-9 


0.87 


326.4 


0.97 


7.5 8.3 

7.6 8.2 


6.600 




1 


326.4 


1.08 






1 1 
Little yeUow. 

i5 56 — Lai. 38342. 






a - 19* 59-.3 ; d- 4° 37 . 


1 
6.613 


+ 0.2 


164.3 


1. 61 164. 1 1.64 8.0 9.0 


6.763 


-0.3 


165.6 


1.68 


165.3 ' 1. 71 7-8 8.5 


6.780^ 


— O.I 


165.4 


« • • 


. . . . . . , 0.0 9* 2 


6.780 


— 0.2 


165.2 


1.49 


165.3 


1.60 


.... 


6.728 






165.0 I 1.65 7.9 8.9 






White ; little red. ^ Without prUm. 






2 2621 — Lai. 38366. 






a i9*59-.3;^ +8° 56'. 


6.6^ 


— 0.2 


1 1 
221.9 6.39 1 222.9 6.27 7.0 7.5 

1 






Green. 




1300 



1300 



850 
850 



2 
2 



M 




L 
L 



560 
850 
850 
850 



2 
2 
2 

2 



L 
M 
L 
L 



850 



M 



OBSEltTATIONS OF LEAVENWORTH AND MULLEB. 



81 



Epoch 
1880 -t- 



Hoiir 
Angle. 



Obsbbtxd. 



COKBBOTXD. 



PDflitlon 
Angle 



Dis- 
tance. 



Position 
Angle. 



Dis- 
tsnoe. 



Magnitude. 



^ 


i 


o 


? 


A* 


^ 



i 



a 



^832 = Lam. 3095. 

: 20* o"'.6 ; 5 = — 10° 58'. 



6.744 



— 0.4 



102.4 



lOI.I 



(9) (9) 



6.766 , -|-O.I 

6.772 —0.3 



6.769 



6.465 

6.728* 
6.728 

6.596 



6.848* 
6.848 



6.848 



6.725 
6.802 



Barnard = O. Arg. S. 20422. 
a = 20* i4'".6 ; 5 = — 15° 8'. 



106.0 
104.6 



I.OI 106.8 1. 10 7.0 9.8 
0-95 1057 1-04 70 IO-5 



a 



106.2 1.07 7.0 10.2 
White; gray. 

Schj. 31 = Lai. 39053. 
= 20* 14-.9 ; rJ = — 8° 5'. 



8.2 8.8 



— 0.2 


220.1 


3.02 


218.0 


2.99 


• • • 


216.4 


3.55 


... 


. . . 


• ■ • 


218.6 


2.72 


217.7 


2,87 

1 

1 








217.8 


2.93 



• ■ a • a • 



• • • 



* Without prism. 

H. ii. 51 = /) Capricorni. 
a as 20* 22*.6 ; ^J = — 18° 1 1'. 



5.0 8.0 



• • • 

« • • 


175:2 

173-3 


2.66 
2.79 


• • • 

1731 


• • • 

2.^3 








173 -I 


2.93 



• « 



* Without primu. 

Hold. 160= W. B. 20* 612. 
a =« 20* 26"*.7 ; fJ = — 13*" 55'. 



6.764 



— 0.4 
-0.5 


179.0 
182.8* 


0.97 

1.03 


179-3 
183.1 


I.OI 

1.07 






181. 2 


1.04 



9.0 
9.0 



9.0 

9.1 



9.0 9.0 



850 



8.2 8.8 



5.0 8.0 



560 
560 
560 



850 
850 



I 

2 
I 



I 
1 



M 



" 


' 




850 


3 


L 


1300 


2 
2 


L 



L 
L 
L 



L 
L 



1 

1300 


3 


1300 


3.2 


r 


3 



M 
M 



' Estimated 180<>. 



82 



DOUBLE STAK8, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 \- 


Hour 
Angle. 


Obsbbved. 


COBREOTBD. 


Blagnitade. 


1' 


Weight. 


i 


Position 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 


Poflltion 
Angle. 


Di«- 
tance. 





i 
1 

6.782 


0. s. 

a =: 20* 33"*. ; ^ = — 


- 26° 53'- 




3 




— 0.8 


245.8 1.68 245.9 


1. 71 


8.4 8.4 


850 


M 



6.736 
6.736 
6.766 



6.746 



— 0.2 


167.2 


0.50 


0.0 


170.6 


• « • 


+ 0.2 ' 


168.3 


0.44 









2' 2729 = 4 Aquarii. 
a = 20* 45'".6 ; <J = — 6° 2'. 



0.50 166.7 ©•56 6.0 7.7 
170.4 ,...;.... 



167.7 0.51 ' 6.0 6.8 



1300 
2000 
1300 



3 
3 



L 
L 
L 



168.3 i 0-54 I 6.0 7.2 



Very little green ; very little red. 



h 3003 = Lac. 8612. 







a 


= 20* 


46-.6 ; 


(J = — 


?4° 


12 


• 








6.695 


— 0.2 


214-3 


1 
2.83 215.3 1 2.84 


6.0 




8.5 


850 


1 2 


M 


6.761 


-|-0.2 


217.4 


2.01 216.4 


2.14 


6.0 




8.5 


850 


2 


L 


6.769 


— O.I 


215.8 


2.16 


216.8 


2.16 
2.38 


6.0 




8.8 
8.6 


1300 


1.2 


M 


6.736 


— — 


1 

216. 1 


6.0 






; 3 


t 




Yellow; greenish. 




( 








^ 154 = Lac. 40292. 
















a 


= 20* 46".6 ; ^ = — 


16° 


35 


/ 

• 








6.741 


1 

0.0 


60.0 


2.74 


59.8 2.82 


7-5 




8.3 


200 


• • ■ 


M 


6.741 


• ■ • 


• ■ « 


2.85 


... 


2. 84 


• • 




• • 


1300 


2 

1 


M 


6.741 


1 — I.I 

1 


59-9 


• • ■ 


60.4 


• • « 


« ■ 




• • 


2000 


I 


M 


6.810 


1 

0.0 

1 


62.0 


2.78 


61.7 


2.92 ' 


8.3 




8.8 


850 


2 


L 


6.775 


— — 




60.9 


2.87 

1 


7-9 

• 




8.6 




2 








LitUe red ; 


litUe gray 






1 



0BSEBVATI0K8 OF LEAVENWOKTH AND MULLER. 



83 



Epoch 
18M0 f 



Honr 
Angle. 


Obsebvkd. 


GORBBOTKD. 


Position 
Angle. 


DiH- 
tance. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 



Magnitude. 



SJ 




^ 


M 


o 


<0 


Phi 


^ 



I 

o 



F. P. L. = Lam. 3427. 
a = 20* 48". I ; d = — 11° 20'. 



6.640 
678s 

6.723 



0.5 

— 0.2 


298.1 

298.7* 


1-25 

1.32 


298.9 
299.8 


1.36 

1.42 








299.4 


1-39 



8.5 

8.4 



10. o 

9.2 



8.4 9.6 



560 


2 


850 


2 




2 



L 
L 









' Estimated 900P. 














fi 764 A. B. 










+ 0.1 


a 


= 20* 52".9 ; ^ = — 9° 47'. 


1300 


2 




6.780 


174.2 


056* 173.4 


0.63 


9.2 9.2 


L 


6.804 


+ 0.3 


174.3* 


0.58* 173.0 


0.66 


9.2 9.4 
9-2 9.3 


850 


2 


L 


6.792 




' 173-2 


0.64 




2 










1 




_ . 


_ 




. 



White. ' Estimated (K'.S. « Estimated 180<'. ^ Estimated 0". 45. 



5 678 = Lai. 40636. 



a = 20* 54*".9 ; <J = — 8° 47', 



6.799* 


» • • 


194.4 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


8.3 


12.5 


850 


2 


L 


6.799 


• ■ a 


193.4 


• • ■ 


192.6 
192.6 


• • « 


• ■ 


• • 


850 


2 


L 


6.799 










8.3 


12.5 


I 




> Without prism. 


















V ^ 


l^A2 = 5 


t Goui 


ilei. 











a = 20* 56".8 ; (5 = + 6° .^4'. 



6.668 —0.6 




84 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 

1 


Obsbrvxh. 


COUtBOTKD. 


Position 
Anglo. 


Dis- 
tance. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dls- 
tanoe. 



Magnitude. 





.d 


1' 


k 


Q> 


M I 


o 


1 


S 




^ 






J 2745 =12 Aquarii. 
a = 20* sS-.s ; (J = — 6° 16'. 



6.547 


+ 0.1 


193-5 


2.01 


192.7 


2.15 


6.0 


8.S 


560 


I 


L 


6.659 


+ 0.1 


190.8 


2.58 


190.0 


2.72 


7.0 


8.5 


560 


2 


L 


6.714 


0.0 


191-5 


2.92 


192.2 


2.93 


6.0 


7.8 


1300 


3 


M 


6.791 


— 0.2 


191.4 


2.92 


190.8 


3-05 


• • 


• • 


850 


I 


L 


6.845 


— 0.2 


189.8 


2.85 


189.9 


2.94 


6.5 


8.0 


200 


2 


M 


6.845 


4-O.I 


188. 1 


2,85 


188.8 
1905 


2.86 
2.80 


• 

6.4 


■ • 

8.2 


850 


3-2 
4 


M 


6.738 







Little reddish yellow ; little greenish blue. 

fi 368 = 45 Aquarii. 
tf «2i* I-.6; 5 = — 8^41'. 




6.691 I 



90.8 0.83 8.2 8.5 
89.8 0.64 8.0 8.6 



90.1 



0.70 8.1 



8.6 



850 
1300 



BUghtly bluish. ^ Estimated WP. 
0.2527. 

a =21* 2".5; ^ = + 4*^43'. 



6.766 
6.766* 
6.772 
6.772* 

6.769 



0.4 


282.4 


• • ■ 


286.4 


— 0.4 


281.9 


-0.3 


282.6 



0.41 

0.36 



• • 



282.8 



282.3 



282.6 



1 

0.47 


■ • 


• • 


1300 


3 


L 


• • -, 


7-5 


8.6 


1300 


3 


L 


0.42 i 


• • 


• 


1300 


3 


L 


« • • 

1 


7-2 


8.5 


1300 


3 


L 


0-44 1 

1 


7.4 


8.6 : 

t 




2 ' 



White. * Without prism. 

h. 5252 = O. Arg. S. 2 J 208. 
a = 21* 6'".3 ; <J = — 15° 27'. 



I 



6.648 


. 


321. 1 


3.26 


319-9 


3.26 


! 

• • 


• • 


560 


1 I 


M 


6.733 


— 0.6 


317-6 


3-27 


316.0 


3-34 


• • 


• • 


200 


2 


M 


6.733 


— O.I 


318.1 


3.01 


317-1 


2.99 


■ • 


• • 


1300 


2 


M 


6.712 






1 

1 


317-6 


3-14 


(8) 


(8) 

1 




1 

1 ^ 





0B8EBYATI0N8 OF LEAYENVOBTH AND MULLEB. 



86 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 


Obbebtbd. 

Pofiitioii 1 Dls- 
Angle. tance. 


OOBBXOTKD. 

PoeiUon Dis- 
Angle. tanoe. 



Magnitude. 



^ 




1 


t 



I 2781 = Lai. 41284. 
a =■ 21* io"*.9 ; ^ = — 8** 7'. 



6.465 


0.0 


170.7 


3.16 


169.5 


' 3.14 


8.2 


8.5 


560 


• • • 


L 


6.618 


+ 0.2 


170. 1 


3.16 


170. 1 


332 


7.8 


8.0 


560 


2 


L 


6.618 


— I.O 


171. 8 


3-35 


171. 8 


• 3-35 


• • 


• • 


560 


• • • 


M 


6.744 


+ 0.1 


171.2* 


3.01 


170.6 


3-08 


8.3 


8.5 


200 


2 


M 


6.744 


— 1.2 


169.9 


3-" 


170.0 


3-" 


. • 


• • 


850 


3-2 


M 


6.744 


— 0.9 


169.9 


3-23 


170.1 


3.21 


. . 


• • 


1300 


2.1 


M 


6.856 


— 0.2 


169.8 


3.02 


169.1 


323 


. . 


• • 


200 


3 


L 


6.856 


0.4 J 


i6q.6» 


2.98 


169.6 


3-13 

3-18 
CetlmAted 


8.0 


8.2 


850 


2 

6 


L 


6.720 


_ 




170.0 


8.1 

1170°. 


8.3 








White. 'I 









a 



/9 271 = Lac. 8777. 
21* i3'*.4 ; ^ = — 26** 49'. 



6.782 —0.8 237.0 . 2.77 237.5 2.77 I 6.0 9.0 i 850 

.__!__ _ ■ _ J 

H. 725 = Lai. 41483. 
a == 21* 16'". 2 ; ^ = — 15** 23'. 



6.656 
6.761 



6.726 



— 0.1 

+ 0.3 



118. 5 

Ill'.O 


2.02 

1.98 


117.1 
"5-4 


2.04 
2.10 




116. 


2.08 



8.0 9.2 



8.0 . 9.2 



1 _ 



Very llttie blue. 

iS 164* A B. = Lai. 41645. 
a =« 21* I9".7 ; d:= + 8° 55'. 



M 



850 


I 


M 


850 


2 


1 




2 



6.766 
6.804 


— 0.5 

+ 0.2 


238. o« 

239.0 


0.67 
0.54 


237-1 
238.1 

237 -6 


0.74 8.0 8.2 
o.6i 1 8.0 8.0 


1300 
1300 


4 
3 




L 
L 


6.785 




0.68 8.0 8.1 




2 


1 


Whli 


te. »i 


Ik. C. -= 2 2' 


r98w * EMOmaieAWJP. 









86 



DOUBLE STABS, 1885-86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 


Obsxbvkd. 


OOBBICTBD. 


Poflltion 
Angle. 


DiB- 

tanoe. 


Position 
Angle. 


DIs- 
tftnoe. 



ICagnltudo. 





a 


a 


d 






^ 


Sf 


M 


p 


"B 


C 


Pi 


^ 


o 



6.616 
6.755 

6.695 



0.2 
0.2 



Schj. 33== Lai. 41705. 

a = 21* 2I'".9; ^ = — 13° 54'. 



132.7 I 2.90 133.9 



132.2 



2.90 



133.5 



133-7 



Very little red ; very little green. ^ 

/?684 = W. xxi. 517. 

a == 21* 24~.2 ; <5=» — 5° 59 . 



6.780 
6.785 



6.782 



0.0 
0.0 



"45* 
125.7' 



1.20 



0.92 



125.5 

126.7 


1.30 

1.02 
1. 16 


126. 1 



10. o* 10.4 
8.8 9.2 i 

9.4 9.8 I 
'Very little blue. *■ Estimated 140°. * Scarcely brighter thancompanion of ^ 7X 

^ 72 = W. xxi. 511. 
a = 21* 24-.2 ; ^ « — 5° 53'. 



6.547 


— 0,1 


35.9 


1.80 


6.659 


0.0 


40.6 


2.01 


6.670 


— 03 


41.2 


1.82 


6.763 


4-0.4 


36.4 


2.00 



6.679 



34-8 


1 
1.92 


39-5 


2.13 


40. T 


1.94 


37-3 


2.03 ; 


38.0 


1 
2.00 

i 



9.0 

8.0 

8.5 

8.0 



12.0 I 

II. O I 

II. o ' 

10.5 



6.542* 
6.6I61 
6.714 

6.769 
6.802 
6.810 



6.729 



— 0.2 
+ 0.1 

0.0 

— 0.2 

-03 

4-0.2 



a = 

270.2 ! 
269.6 , 
268.9 
271.2 
271. 8« 
270.2 



8.4 
Very little green. 

F. P. L. = Lam. 3735. 
2i*37'".6; ^ = — 11° 38'. 



II. I 



560 
560 
560 
850 



34 


270.8 


59 


270.0 


47 


268.1 


41 


270.4 


27 


270.9 


31 


270.9 




270.1 



.43 
.71 

•49 

•43 

•30 
.42 



9.0 
8.0 

8.7 
8.2 

8.7 

8.5 



1.46 8.5 9.4 



Very UtUe red. ' Cloudy. * Estimated 96R°. 



lO.O 


850 


9.2 


560 


9-5 


1300 


9.0 


1300 


9.2 


850 


9.6 


850 



3 

3 

2 

3 
3 



I 



3^07 


8.2 


8.8 


560 


3 


L 


3-05 


8.0 


8.4 


850 


2 


L 


3.06 


8.1 


8.6 




2 





• « I Li 

1 L 

2 L 

3 ' M 



L 
L 
M 
M 
M 
L 



850 


2 


L 


850 


2 
2 


L 



0B8EBTATI0KS OF LEAVENWORTH AND MCLLER. 



87 





1 

Epoch 
1880 + 

! 


Hoar 
Angle. 


Obskbyed. 


COBBBCTKD. 


Magnitude. 


Power. 


t 


1 
' Observer. 




Poslfcion Dis- 
Angle. tanoe. 


Position 
Angle. 


Dis- 
tance. 








y5 989 =« X Pegasi. 














a = 21* 39'".6 ; <J = + 25° 9'. 








• 


1 6.772 


. 


Single. 


2000 


3 


L 




















i , 



I 2826 A B. = W. xxi. 950. 
«*= 21* 41-.5 ; rJ = — 13° 39'. 



6.761 



106.0 0.87 . 106.7 0-95 7-8 10.3 



850 



A C. 



6.698 

6.698 

6.698 

6.698 

6.698* 

6.761 

6.720 



-1.7 


82.2 


3.78 


82.2 


4.02 


0.0 


82.3 


4.06 


82.9 


4-25 


— 1.0 


82.3 


4-23 


83.0 


4.40 


— 0.4 

• • . 


81.0 

... 


3 92 

4.27 


81.8 


4.09 

• ■ • 


+ 0.2 


81.0 


4.07 


81.7 
82.2 


4-25 
4.22 









8.0 8.8 



7.8 8.4 



7.9 8.6 



200 
560 
850 
1300 
1300 
850 



Very llttie blue. * Without prism. 



/9 693 = Lai. 42730. 
a = 21* 50"*.4 ; 5 = — 7° 30'. 



6.785 



0.0 49.8 , 1.05 48.7 



1. 15 7.0 9.8 



850 



White. 



I 2847 = Lai. 42810. 
a = 21* 52"'.4 ; rJ = — 4° i'. 



L 
L 
L 
L 
L 
L 



_ __ : 








■ 


'" 




1 








6.547 


— 0.1 


301 -5 


1.24 


302.2 


'•35 


8.2 


8.5 


560 


I 


L 


6.673 


— 0.3 


303.8 


1. 21 


304.9 


1-3' 


8.0 


8.3 

i 
8.4 


850 


3 


L 


6.631 








304.0 


1.32 


8.1 


I 




^ _ — — - 








White. 




1 









88 



DOUBLE STABS, 1886-86. 



Epoch 
1880 f 



Hour 
Angle. 



Obbkbvkd. 



OORBSCTSO. I 



Position 
Angle. 



Di«- 
tanoe. 



Position 
Angle. 



Dili, 
tanoe. 



I Xagnltnde. 



s 






I 



6.837 
6.845 



6.841 



h 3074 = Lam. v. 8625. 
a = 21* 52*.6 ; <J = — 2° 21'. 



0.1 


292.1 


2.23 


293-4 2.45 ' 


• • • ■ 


0.0 


294.6^ 


2.19 


293.3 ' 2.21 

1 


Jm s= 0.2 






1 1 
2934 2.33 1 


(9) (9) 








> BrtimAted 290°. 





850 


2 


850 


2 




I 



M 



6.782 



p 276 = Tj Piscis Australis. 
a = 21* 54'".5 ; ^5 = — 28° 59 . 

— 0.6 117. 4 . . . 115 9 . . . Jm = 0.5 



850 



M 



6.791 ! 

6.799* 

I 

6.795 ; 



5,822 

6.755 
6 761 

6.763 

6.769 

6.813 



6.671 



2' 2862 = Lai. 431 1 1 . 
a = 22* I*. 5 ; r) = + o** 2'. 



0.0 


100. 0* 


2.45 


101. 1 


0.2 


101.3 


2.42 


102.4 



2.58 
2.55 



7.8 
7.8 



8.2 

8.a. 



101.8 2.56 7.8 8,2 



Yellow. ^ Xstiinated 110°. * Obeerred through clouda. 

/9 170= Lai. 43158. 
a = 22* 3'".i ; <J = — 19** l'- 

I 



— 0.2 

+ 0.1 \ 

— 0.2 } 

— 0.2 I 

— 0.3 i 



61.4 
61. 1 
60.2 

57.8 
60.0* 

6o.3> 



1.79 


1.62 


1.80 


1.86 


1.58 


1-54 





59-7 
60.4 

59-7 
58.1 

60.4 

59.8 

59.6 



73 

74 

91 
89 
60 

65 



1.75 



8.2 8.2 



7.6 
7.6 
8.0 



7.8 

7.7 
8.2 



7.8 8.0 



850 
850 



560? 
560 
850 
850 
1300 
850 



I 

2 
I 

3 
3 
3 



L 
L 



L 
L 
L 
M 
M 
L 



Very litUe blue. * Eetimated 60°. 



0B8EBTATI0N8 OF LEATENWOBTH AND HDLLEB. 



89 



Kpoc! 
IB&d 



h 



Obbmrykd. 



Hour 
Angle. 



PodtioQ 
Angle. 



Dis- 
tance. 



CORBKOTKD. 



Position I Dls- 
Angl& I tance. 



Magnitude. 



& 



6.780 
6.8o4« . 
6.804 • 



0.0 



• • 



F. P. L. = Lam. 3849? 
a = 22* 5". 7 ; <J = — 11° 34'. 



0.87 165.5 0-95 9-3 9-8 



165.8^ 

165. I . . . . 



163.9 



9.0 9.3 



0.83 163.6 0.91 



6.792 



6.736* 

6.736 

6.785 



• • 



— 03 



237-1 
236.8 

237.1 



164.6 ' 0.93 9.2 9.6 

* Estimated 180°. * Without prism. 

fi 475 ■» Lai. 43305. 
a = 22* 6-.8 ; J = — 8^ 33'. 

1.74 7*^ 12.5 

1-53 236.4 1.63 . . . . 
1.50 236.6 1. 61 7.0 10.0 



6.760 



I 236.5 1.62 7.0 11.2 

Yellow; gray. * Without prism. 

/9 172 = 51 Aquarii. 
a = 22* i8*.4 ; ^ = — 5** 24'. 

6.5 

■ • 

6.2 



6.684 
6.766 

6.766» 


— 0.2 

-|-o.i 

• « • 


18.0 
17.8 
13.8 


0.71 
0.71 

• • « 


17. 1 
16.7 

• • ■ 

16.8 


0.78 
0.78 

• • ■ 

0.78 


6.S 

• 

6.0 


6.725 




• 




6.2 



6.4 
Very little red ; very little green. ^ Without prism. 

/5 291 = W. xxii. 436. 
a — 22* 22*.2 ; (J = + 3° 58'. 



6.772 —0.2 163.6^ 



0.32" 



162.9 0.38 



8.0 8.3 



1300 



White : little red. > Estimated 180°. « Estimated 0".25. 

- 2909 =* C Aquarii. 
a SB 22* 23". 2 ; fJ = — 0° 35'. 



6.791 



0.0 



146.8' 



3.38 



147.8 3-54 4-0 4-3 



850 



Yellow. * Estimated 150°. 



I 



u 

4> 



850 


3.2 


L 


850 


2 


L 


850 


2 


L 




2 


\ 


1300 


3 


L 


1300 


2 


L 


850 


2 


L 




2 


1 



2000 


4 


1300 


2 


1300 


3 




2 



L 
L 
L 



90 



DOUBLE STABS, l885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 -i- 



6.802 



6.766 



6.656 
6.656 
6.769 



6.731 



6.670 
6.804 
6.810 
6.845 



6.813 



Hour 
Angle. 



— 0.3 



0.2 



+ 0.1 

— 0.1 

— 05 



0B8BXTKD. 



OORUtOTBD. 



Position I DiB- 
Angle ! tance. 



Pooitlon I Dis- 
Angle. I tanoe. 



liagnltode. 



a 



^ 478 A B. « Lam. 4578. 
-= 22* 23".6 ; ^ == — 7° 53'. 



31.4 1-34 



32.2 



1.38 



9.6 11.2 



r 2912 *= 37 Pegasi. 
a =i» 22* 24"'.4 ; ^ = + 3° 52'. 



i68.o^ 



0-34 



167.2 0.40 7.5 8.8 



Pretty red ; gray. * Estimated IRO^. 

Hold. 169 -= O. Arg. S. 22195. 



a = 22* 24". 9 ; = — 19° 45' 



169.0 



174-7 



1.34 
1.36 



168.7 . . . 

. . 1.38 

174-8 ! 1-39 



8.0 10. o 



• ■ 



8.3 9.6 



172.8 1.39 

1 

Green. 
a = 22* 28'".4 ; d = 



8.2 9.8 



— 2° 21'. 



£ 



850 



1300 



^ 






0.0 


213.8 


2.92 


— O.I 


212. 1 


2.62 


+ 0.3 


212.4 


2.65 


0.0 


210.9 


2.49 




« 





214.8 

211. 2 
211. 5 
211. 9 



212.0 



2.92 
2.76 
2.79 
2.49 



2.71 



8.0 8.5 

8.0 8.6 
8.3 9.0 
Jm = 0.8 



8.1 8.7 



WUte. 



a 



I 2928 = Lai. 44276. 
22* 33*". 7 ; ^ = — 13** 11'. 



6.733 
6.733 

6.733 



— 0.2 

-f-0.2 



3147 
313.7 



3.56 

4.18 


3131 
312.6 

312.8 





3.61 
4.14 



3.96 1 (8) (8) 



560 

850 

1300 



850 
850 
850 
850 



t 



I 

3 

2 



&' 



M 



200 

1300 


3 
3 


I 



I 


M 


I 


M 


3 


M 


2 





M 

L 
L 
M 



M 
M 



i 



OBSEBYATIOIffi OF LEAVENWORTH AND MULLEB. 



91 



Epoch 
1880 f 



Hour 
Angle. 


0B8XBTXD. 


OOBBBOTBD. 


Position 
Angle. 


Die- 
tanoe. 


Position 
Angle. 


I>iH- 

tanoei 



Magnitude. 



I 



1i 



i 



a 



/5709. 

22* 35*.8 ; d . 



O »_' 



6.791 
6.799 



6.795 



— O.I 
O.I 


7-2 
5-9 


2.04 
1.98 


6.6 
5-3 


2.16 
2.10 

2-13 








6.0 



— 3 7 

8.2 
8.2 



9.2 

8.7 



850 
850 



8.2 9.0 



I 
I 



L 
L 



I 2935 = Piazzi xxii. 200. 
a = 22*37-.3; ry« — 8^53'. 







' 






' 




' 








6 856 


0.0 


309-7 


2.69 


3II.0 


2.83 


5.8 


8.0 


850 


I 


L 


6.876 


0-3 


312.2 


2.37 


312.5 


2.57 


• « 


. • 


200 


2 


L 


6.876 


— 0.1 


309.8 


2-51 


311. 1 


2.65 
2.68 


7.0 


8.3 


850 


2 
2 


L 


6.871 








3"-4 


6.4 


8.2 







I 2944 A B. SB Lai. 44590. 
a = 22* 42"*.2 ; <J =« — 4° 48'. 



6.711^ 

6.750 

6.750 

6.837 

6.837 



6.796 



• • ■ 


254-5 


3.30 


• • 


— 0.5 


254.8 


3-48 


254.2 


-|-O.I 


254.2 


3.80 


254-1 


-0.4 


255.6* 


3.58 


255-6 


— O.I 


253-9 


346 


254.3 








254-5 



... 


« • 


• • 


3-53 


7.8 


8.0 


3.76 


• • 


• • 


3.78 


• • 


• • 


3.61 


7.0 


7 2 


3-67 


7.4 


7.6 



560 


I 


L 


200 


3 


M 


1300 


3.2 


M 


336 


2 


L 


850 


2 
3 


L 







Little yeUowish. ^ Without prism. « Estimated Q60P. 

Hold. 53 = Lam. 4660. 
a = 22* 43".4 ; d^—f 5'. 



5.816 
6.763 
6.763 
6.804 
6.845 

6.794 



... 


2. 1 


1.66 


0. 


1.60 


— 0.2 


0.0 


1.76 


0.3 


1-79 


— 0.6 


2.2 


1.78 


1.7 


1.89 


O.I 


2.1 


• ■ • 


1.6 


• • • 


— 0.4 


2.1 


1-55 


2.4 


1.58 








1.5 


1-73 



8.6 
9.0 

8.7 

Jm 



10.5 
10.8 

9.7 
1.5 



560.^ 

850 

850 

850 

850 



8.8 10.3 



3 

3 

2 

2 



L 
M 

L 
L 
M 



White. 1 Zero uncertain. 
1 



92 



DOUBLE STABS, 1885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 


Obsbbyxd. 


COBRSOTBD. 


Position 
Angle. 


taoce. 


PosltlOD 

Angle. 


Dls- 
tanoe. 

! 



Magnitude. 



I 



fS 178 = 252 Aquarii. 
a = 22* 49*.5 ; ^ = — 5° 35'. 



6.0 9.0 



6.755 


— 0.2 


325-0 


. 


325-5 


1 

• • 


6.774 


— 0.3 


321.6 


0.86 


322.1 


0.94 


6.785 


■ • • 


318.1 


0.71 


318.6 


0.79 


6.8io^ 


+ 0.1 


317-4 


0-75 


• • • 


■ • 



• • 



6.772 



322.1 



0.86 



6.0 8.0 



6.0 8.5 



Very Uttle red. ^ Without prliim. 

/? loio = Lai. 44832. 
a = 22* 49".8 ; <J = — 6^ 10'. 



6.547 —0.2 |. 



.1 1. 18 . 



1.28 



9.0 9.2 



560 



White. 

fi 384 =« 265 Aquarii. 
a — 22* 56'".8 ; 5 = — 19^ 8'. 



6.813 



0.0 



70.7 1 1. 17 



70.4 



1.27 



6.8 8.8 



850 



a 



White ; little red. 

fi 481 = W. xxii. 1 162. 

« 22* 56*. 9; ^= — 11° 50'. 



6.741' 
6.741 

6.741 



0.0 
0.0 



54-6 
55-6 



• • • • 



54 9 



54-9 



9-5 10.5 



.d 



^ 



^ 



850 


I 


850 


3-2 


850? 


• • • 


1300 


1 


1 
1 

1 


2 



L 
L 
L 
L 



9-5 10.5 



850 


1 

1 ' 


850 


' 




I 



L 
L 



a 



» Without prlam. 

2* 2980 = W. xxiii. 5. 
= 23* 3".5 ; d f 55', 



— 


, 


i 










6.804 


— 0,2 


108.3 ; 4-57 


109.7 


4.76 


7.0 


10. 


6.906 


— 0-5 


109.0 1 4.46 


109.9 


4.71 


7.0 


9-5 


6.906 


— 0.2 


io8.2 1 4 43 


109.6 


4.62 


■ • 


• ■ 


6.865 


1 




109.7 


4.68 


7.0 


9.8 



850 


2.1 


200 


3 


850 


3 




2 



L 
L 
L 



Little yellow. 



OB8EBVATION8 OP LEAVENWOBTH AND MULLER. 



93 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Hour 
Angle. 



0B8XRVICD. 



Position Dis- 
Angle. , tance. 



COBBBCTXD. 



Position 
Angle. 



Dis- 
tance. 



Magnitude. 



I 

& 






J 2981 = Lal. 45303. 



a 



23*3-.7; rj = 



26'. 



6.648 
6.648 
6.785 

6.709 



Very little yellow. ^ Without prism. > Estimated 100°. 

2' 2988 = 284 Aquarii. 
a = 23* 6*. 2 ; 'J == — 12° 32'. 

0-6 99-3* 3-75 ' ioo-5 3-93 ; 8.1 8^0 

' I I 

97 * 9 * * 9^ . 8 ... I 

I 

0.2 ' 2So.o« 3.56 281.3 3-73 . 7-7 7-9 



560 
560 
850 



3 
I 

2 



280.0 3.82 ! 7.9 



LitUe red. 



8.0 



Estimated 80°. * EsUmated 270°. 



/5 181 A. B. = 286 Aquarii. 
a = 23* S*".© ; o = — 14° o'. 



6.780 
6.799 
6.802 
6.810 
6.876 

6.818 



+ 0.2 

— 0.4 
0.0 

— 0.1 



3". 3 1-57 
308.2 |. . . 
308.4 1.44 

305.7 • • . 
307.6 I 1.45 



312.6 


, I 67 


3095 


1* • • 


307-1 


1.48 


307.0 


. . . 


308.9 


I 55 


309- 1 


1.57 



% 



o 



- 


1 


~ 




- 












- 


6.722* 


1 

— I.O 


113. 8 


3-56 


... 


• • * 






200 


I L 


6.722 


— i.o 1 


II3-8 


3-71 


114. 6 


3-94 






200 


I L 


6.722* 


-0.5 j 


113. 1 


371 


. 


« • • 


8.4 


8.6 


560 


I L 


1 6.722 


— 0.5 1 


113. 2 


4.35 


"4-5 


4.53 






560 




L 


6.722* 


— 0.8 


III. 9 


3.81 


• • • 


• • • 






850 


• 


L 


1 6.741 


-0.7 1 


114. 4« 


3.68 


115. 2 


3-91 


8.0 


8.2 


200 




L 


6.741 


— 0.4 \ 


115-0 


3.83 


1 16.5 


4.00 






850 


I 1 L 


6.741 


— 1 .0 


112. 8 


3-85 


114. 4 


4.01 






1300 


I 1 L 


' 6.761 


4-0.1 


113. 8 


3-37 


114. 6 


3.60 






200 1 I L 


6.761 


4-0.2 


112. 4 


3.68 


1 13.^8 


3.86 


8.3 


8.6 


560 ; I L 


6.761 


• • • 


113. 6 


378 


115. 1 


3-95 
4.00 


• « 


• • 


850 


I 
4 


L 


6.744 


114. 8 


8.2 


8.5 





L 
M 
L 







I 




". 


1 

• « 


• • 


850 


2 


L 


• • 


• • 


850 


• • • 


L ■ 


7*3. 


8.8 


850 . 


3 


M ■ 


6.8 


9-5 


850 


I 


L 


7.0* 


9-5 
9-3 


850 

I. 

1 


2 

4 


L 


7.0 


' 



* Bed ; very little green. " Yellowish red ; gray. 



94 



DOUBLE STARS, 1885-'86, 



Epoch 
1880 -h 



Honr 
Angle. 



Obbxbtxd. 



OOBBSOTBD. 



Poflifcion 
Angle 



tanoe. 



Position 
Angle. 



Dis. 
tanoe. 



Magnitude. 



Power. 


Weight. 


6' 
o 










^ 714 » Lai. 45468. 



= - 3" 14 



6.648 
6.813 

6.730 







a = 23* 8-.5 ; 


^ = - 


— 0.1 


146.0 


0.44 


146.2 0.50 


-0.3 


146.4 


0-39 


146.6 1 0.45 

i 








146.4 


0.48 



7.0 


10.3 


1300 


4 


L 


7.2 


10.5 


1300 


2 


L 


7.1 


10.4 




3 





6.648 



White; Uttlered. 

^ 715 = 290 Aquarii. 
23*8'".9; d = — 11** i/. 

Large star single. 



1300 



4 I L 



a 



^ 182 = W. xxiii. 175. 
= 23* ii".4 ; ^ = — 14° 24' 



6.736* 
6.766 
6.772 
6.774 

6.771 



0.8 
0.2 




1300 

1300 

1300 

850 



I 

2 

3 
3 



L 
M 

L 

L 



Very little green . * Without prism. ^ Estimated 36<^. 

i5 79 « Lai. 45585. 
a == 23* 1 1"'.9 ; <5 = 7- 2° 8'. 



6.542 
6.673 



6.629 



0.0 
— 0.2 


100. 1 
102.2 


1.02 

0.89 


100.8 
103.2 


I. II 

0.97 






102.4 


1.02 



8.0 


9-5 


7.0 


9.0 


7-5 


9.2 



850 

1300 



I 
3 



L 
L 



Little blue. 



/9 8o=« Lai. 40638. 
a = 23* 13*". 2 ; fJ = + 4° 48'. 



6.944 



— 0.3 



315.6 



0.76 



316. 1 0.84 , 7.7 8.7 



Bluish; reddish. 



850 



OBSEBVATIONB OF LEAVENWORTH AND HCLLER. 



95 



Spooh 
1860 + 



Honr 
Angle. 



Obsxbtkd. 



Position ; Di». 
Angle. ; tance. 



OOB&BOTKD. 



Poeltlon 
Angle. 



tanoe. 



ICagnitnde. 






^ 
M 



^ 



6.782 , —0.2 



216. 3» 



a 



O. S. *« Lai. 45914. 
23* 2i"'.9 ; ^ = — 27° 17'. 

217.0 ,. . . Jm = O.I 

1 

* Estimated 200^. 

/9 8i =-W. xxiii. 562. 
23* 29"'.5 ; ^ = — 12° 12'. 



850 





_ 




' 




" 


i 5.816 . 

1 


• • 


14.^ 


1.92 


12. 


1.87 


i 5-893 . 


• 


14.5 


2.00 


12.3 


1-95 


1 6.656 


-0.7 


15-2 


1.90 


14.4 


2.02 



6.402 



8.2 



13.4 1.96 8.2 
White. ^ Zero donbtf ol. 

/? 721 = Lai. 46243. 
a =« 23* 30". 6 ; d = — 7® 44'. 



6.684 
6.944 


— 0.2 

— 0.4 


134-3 0.35 
133-5^ 0-26 


135-0 
133-9 

134-6 


0.41 
0.32 


8.0 8.2 
8.0 8.4 


6.771 


0.38 


8.0 8.3 




Very little green. 


* Estimated laCH. 



2000 

1300 



4 
I 



% 



M 



• • 


560? '. 


• • 
1 


L 


• • 


560 ,. 


• 


L 


II. 


' 850 


2 


L 


II. 


i 


2 \ 





L 

L 



h 3206 = O. Arg. S. 22939. 
a = 23* 3i'".3 ; <J = — 22° 17'. 



6.810' 

6.856 

6.925 

6.938 

6.938 



6.901 



4" 0.1 
4-0.2 

• 

— 0.2 

-f-o.i 



350.2 
346.2 

347-3 
348.6 

348.5 



3-75 
3-65 

3.02 
2.96 



350.4 
346.4 
347-5 
348.1 
348.7 



348.3 



3-91 
3-8i 



9-5 
8-3 



3.24 [ 8.2 
3.i2»i 8.0 



9-5 
8.8 

8.4 
8.1 



3.44 8.2 84 



850 
850 
850 
200 
850 



I 
I 
I 

3 
3 



L 
L 
L 
L 
L 



Very little red. * Through clouds. > All observations of distance on this night smaller than on other nights. 



96 



DOUBLE STARS, l885-'86. 



Epoch 
1880 + 



Honr 
Angle. 



Obsxbtxd. 



Poflition 
Angle. 



Dia- 

tanoe. 



COBBBOTXD. 



Position 
Angle. 



Di». 
tanoe. 



Magnitude. 






^ 

A 



^ 



F. M. = DM — 12° 6527. 
a = 23* 31". 7 ; <J — — 12^ 



10. 



6.656 
6.670 
6.728 





\ 


. . . 


301.8 


. • . 


304.6 


— 0.4 


298.4 



2.93 3«>-4 2.91 

330 3031 .3-29 
3.23 297.0 3.21 



9.0 
8.5 

9.0 



10. o 
10.5 
10.5 



850 . . 
560 . . 

850 2 



6.696 



299.4 3.16 8.8 10.3 



M 

M 
M 



— — 




— 


- 


- 


- 


— — 


« 










1 3030 = Lam. V. 9278. 














a s= 23* 35". I ; <5 = — 1° l'. 








6.750 


— 0.2 


222. 8^ 


2.50 223.6 2.50 8.2 8.4 


1300 


3 


M 


6.791 


+ 0-3 


222. 3» 


2.40 221.5 2.53 8.0 8.4 


850 


I 


L 


6.799 
6.780 


0.0 


222.8 


2.43 


222.0 2.56 8.3 8.7 1 

222.5 2.53 i 8.2 8.5 

1 


850 


2 

2 ' 


L 






1 
1 










White. ' Ertlmated 380°. 

- 3036 = Lai. 46559. 















t = 23* 4o".4 ; <J == — 0° 21'. 








6.791 


0.0 


227.9 


2.59 227.3 2.73 8.0 10.4 


850 


I 


L 


6.804 


4-0.2 


227-5 


• • ■ ^^\J 0\J • • • ■ • ■ • 


850 


2 


L 


6.837 


— 0.1 


228.6 


2.37 


228.0 2.51 7.8 10.3 

227.4 2.58 7.9 10.4 


850 


2 


L 


6.814 




1 




2 










Very little yellow ; dnaky red. 
iS 726. 














a = 23* 41" ; <^ = — 13° 22'. 






1 


6.769 


1 
— 0.1 


326.4 


0.67 326.3 ' 0.75 8.0 9.5 


850 


2 


1 
L 


6.876* 


0.0 


330 -9 


0.64 8.5 10.5 


1300 


I 


L 


6.938 
6.854 


— 0.3 

1 
1 

1 


322.8 


0-54 


322.7 


0.62 ' 7.8 10.5 


850 


2 
2 


L 

-1 


324-5 


0.68 1 8.1 10.2 

1 










1 
Very litUe r«l. » Without priam. 






1 















& 


• • 


• • ■ ■ 


• 


* 








• • • 
• • • 


• • • • 

• • • • 








• • 


• . • 


• • • • • 








• 


• • • 


• • _ 


9^9 WW u w 




OBSERVATIONS OF TiKAV: 

» 


ENWOBTH ANto 

r 

TKD. 1 


MinxfiR." • 


• • • • •, - • «,** 

'-"•" '""97 






• 

OBSEBVIU). Cobbeo 








t* 


Epoch 
1880 f 


Honr 
Angle. 








6 


4i 

.a 


1 


Pooltion 


DIb- Position 


Dis- 


Magnitude. 


1 


1 


1 ' 




* 


Angle. 


Unoe. Angle. 

1 


tance. . 

1 















2" 3046 = Lai. 46916. 






1 






a_23* 


50-.8 ; ^ = — 


10" 7'. 

• • 


■ • 






6.673 


— 0.2 


246.9 3.18 


246.0 


3-39 


200 


T 

• • • J^ 


6.673 


0.0 1 247.8 3.12 


247-7 


327 


8.0 


8.6 


850 


• t • 


L 


6.780 


+ 0.4 246.3 


2.89 


246.2 


3-04 


8.0 


8.5 


, 850 


3 


L 


6.731 




246.5 


3.17 


8.0 


8.6 


L 


2 












Wh 


Ite. 











^3 730 =27 Piscium. 
« = 23* 53'-.o ; ^ = — 4° 10'. 



6.813 


— O.I 


267.4 


1-57 


268.3 


1.67 


S-o 


10. 


1300 


3.1 


L 


6.876 


• • • 


270.4 


. . . 


271.3 


... 


• • 


• • 


1300 


I 


L 


6.944 


— o.s 


268.7 


1.72 


269.4 


1.83 
1.78 


5-0 
S.o 


9-3 


850 

• 


3-2 


L 


6.878 




269.1 


9.6 




2 





WUte. 



iS 731 = Lai. 47033. 
« = 23* 54'".o ; 5 = — 8° 25'. 



6.763 


0.0 


262.6 


1.74 


263.1 1.85 


8.7 


9-3 


850 


2 


L 


6.799 


— O.I 


262.3 


1-52 


262.8 1.63 


8.6 


9.4 


850 


2 


L 


6.802 


— 03 


262.0 


1.53 


261.4 1.56 


8.8 


9.6 


850 


3 


M 


6.845 


— 0.2 


261.2 


1. 61 


260.6 1.64 


8.0 
8.5 


8.8 


850 


3 


M 


6.802 







- 


262.0 1.67 


9-3 


i 

1 


4 






Very litUe blue. 

















•• 



• • • 

• • • 

: :• 



•• • • 

• • • 

• • • 

• •• 



•• 






• • _• • • 

• • • • •• 



• ••• 









J 



• •••••» »••• 

• • • _• • •• , « * 
• ••■• •• ■" 



■ 

i 



DURCHMUSTERUNG, -23'. 



• • • 



•_• 



• « 



• •• • 






•• 



♦ •••••• 



•• • • 



* 






* • • • « 



DURCHMUSTERUNG, -23". 



INTRODUCTION. 



The present Catalogue, which is referred to the epoch 1855.0, con- 
tains the results of a small portion of a series of observations begun at 
the Cincinnati Observatory in continuation of the Bonn Durchmusteining. 
The instrument employed at that institution was a 4-in. equatorial made 
by Alvan Clark and Sons. For the revision zones observed here an 
equatorial of the same size made by Kahler was used. A negative eye- 
piece magnifying 15 times was employed, in the focus of which was 
placed a disk of plane glass, on which was photographed a scale, divided 
into spaces of 5'd= each, the following edge of which was straight, and 
in the direction of the hour circle. To obtain the right ascensions the 
times when the stars were occulted behind this vertical edge were noted ^ 
by means of a chronograph. The diflerential declinations were read oflf 
directly from the scale. The magnitudes were estimated to tenths. Two 
observers were employed ; one at the telescope, the other as recorder. 
Each time a tap was made with the chronograph key the observer called 
out the magnitude and the estimated scale reading, which were entered 
bv the recorder in a small blank book in which an additional column was 
left for the chronograph readings, and another for miscellaneous notes. 
At frequent intervals when convenient, the observer made special signals 
with his chronograph key, and called out "rattle," "key down," etc. 
Corresponding symbols were entered by the recorder, in order to insure 
that the intervening chronograph and blank book records referred to 
identical stars. Each zone, in general, occupied an hour. 



104 • INTRODUCTION. 

Each zone was compared directly with a manuscript catalogue 
obtained by reducing to 1855.0 the positions given in Oeltzen's Arge- 
lander, and tables of corrections to the observed positions w^ere prepared 
therefrom. The corrections were arranged as functions of the observed 
times and scale readings. The magnitudes were also compared, and 
tables employed giving for each zone the reductions to Argelander. 
These corrections were arranged as functions of the observed mag- 
nitudes. 

The observers were Messrs. F. P. Leavenworth, H. C. Wilson, H. V. 
Egbert, John Jones, and myself. 

In the column — 23°, -0.4 means — 22'' 59'.6. In the column of 
References the following abbreviations are employed : 

C =-- Zone Catalogue contained in Resultados del Observatorio 
Nacional Argentino en Cdrdoba, Vols. 7 and 8. 

G = Ai'gentine General Catalogue contained in Vol. 14 of the same 
series. 

B = Oeltzen's Argelander's Zonen-Beobachtungen vom 15. bis 31. 
Grade stidlicher Declination in mittleren Positionen fiir 1850.0. 

Wc, Wj, Wm = Washington Meridian Circle, Transit, and Mural 
Circle Zones, contained in Appendices to the Washington Observations 
for 1869-1871. 



DUBCHMU6TEBUNO, — 23°. 



105 



inber. 


gni- 
Lide. 




0* 


-23° 


References. 


• 

JQ 


S?3 




0* 


-23° 


References. 


3 


« ^ 










3 


1 w ■«-» 










!z: IS 










z 


S 










1 


tH. 


s. 


/ 


1 




m. 


s. 


f 




I 


6.8 





21.0 


18.5 


GWtWm 


51 


V 


22 


14.4 


35-4 




2 


7-4 


I 


293 


-0.7 


GB 


52 




22 


19.2 


59-4 




3 ! 9.6 


I 


58.2 


22.8 




53 


8!8 


22 


52.6 


18.8 




4 9-1 


2 


56.0 


33-9 


Wt 


54 


9.4 


23 


51 


9.2 




5 9-6 

i 


3 


42.8 


27-7 




55 


9-5 


23 


33-4 


30.0 


Wt 


6 


9-5 


4 


0.0 


53.8 


p 


56 


9.1 


24 


23-4 


45 


1 


7 


9-4 


4 


20.8 


16. 1 




57 


9.0 


24 


28.8 


28. 4 




' 8 


8.4 


4 


31.0 


371 


CGBWt 


58 


9.8 


24 


44.8 


57-0 


i 


9 ! 2-7 


5 


24.6 


I5-I 




59 


8.8 


25 


31.6 


13.6 




lO 1 8.2 


5 


304 


3-7 


CGB 


60 


9.0 


25 


33.1 


0.4 




II 7.4 


5 


41-5 


16.2 


CGB 


61 


9-4 


25 


34-6 


18.8 




12 8.7 


5 


46.9 


44.1 


Wi 


62 


9-3 


25 


35-6 


29.4 


1 


1 '3 


9.8 


6 


10. 1 


41.8 




63 


9-4 


25 


36.1 


1.6 


1 


14 


9.8 


6 


12.6 


54-2 




64 


9-5 


25 


52.2 


42-5 




IS 


9-5 


6 


17.2 


18.2 


1 


65 


9.4 


26 


30.2 


30.3 




1 

16 ' 9.1 


6 


43-7 


59-5 


G 


66 


9-7 


27 


19-5 


40.6 




17 , 9.3 


6 


52.5 


' 43.6 


1 


• 67 


9.8 


28 


34-6 


16.9 




18 


9-4 


7 


47.2 


7.0 




68 


9-4 


28 


44.0 


0.1 




19 


7.9 


7 


53.6 


41.6 


CGBWt 


69 


5.6 


28 


53-3 


37-9 


CGBWtWm 


20 1 9.1 


8 


2.0 


0.4 


1 


70 


10. 


29 


5-1 


39-9 


Wt 


21 


9.4 


8 


28.7 


20.1 




71 


9-3 


29 


24.9 


18.8 


1 


22 


9.1 


8 


37-1 


13-5 


B 


72 


9.2 


29 


26.6 


47.2 




23 


8.9 


8 


56.0 


22.5 


CGBWt 


73 


9.6 


29 


47-4 


56.8 




24 8.0 


9 


1.4 


23-5 


CGBWtWm 


74 


8.9 


30 


31.3 


46.9 


CWt 


25 9-7 


9 


30.1 


7.2 




75 


8.7 


30 


44.1 


7.8 


CG 


1 
26 


9.0 


9 


35.5 


2-4 


1 

t 


76 


9.6 


30 


48.1 


19.8 




27 


9-5 


10 


13.0 


9.0 




77 


9.4 


30 


48.8 


59-6 




28 1 9.6 


IX 


26.3 


15.6 




78 


8.4 


30 


58.0 


2.9 


C 


29 


8.8 


II 


33 


58.1 


Wt 


79 


9.0 


31 


43.7 


22.1 




1 30 


8.6 


II 


46.0 


43-2 


CBWt 


80 


9.8 


32 


47.6 


38.4 




31 


8.9 


12 


30.2 


II. 6 


B 


81 


9.8 


32 


54-0 


37.4 




32 8.6 


X3 


12.6 


1-4 




82 


9-3 


33 


11.9 


14.0 




33 , 9-5 


*J3 


33-9 


23.2 




83 


9.4 


33 


24.8 


20.2 




34 8.0 


H 


31.3 


26.2 


CGBWtWm 


84 


9-3 


33 


40.1 


48.3 




35 


7.5 


H 


32.2 


47-3 


CGBWtWn, 


85 


8.4 


33 


52.6 


57-0 


CBWiWm 


36 


9.1 


H 


47.2 


43.6 


Wm 


86 


9.0 


33 


56.6. 


H-5 




37 9.6 


14 


56.8 


33-7 


i 


87 


9.6 


34 


53.0 


36.0 




38 


9.8 


15 


5-4 


48.6 


w< 


88 


9.0 


34 


55.7 


5.8 


B 


39 


9-7 


15 


31-4 


7.6 


1 


89 


9-3 


35 


0.2 


47-5 


BWt 


40 


9-5 


15 


46.5 


51-7 


CGBWt 


90 


9.4 


35 


22.2 


1S.3 




41 


9-5 


15 


47-7 


403 


1 


91 


9.1 


35 


43-2 


24.6 


C 


42 


9-3 


15 


50.5 


6.1 




92 


8.5 


36 


16.8 


26.0 


BWtWm 


43 9-7 


16 


14.8 


49.0 


Wt 


93 


8.9 


37 


5.4 


51^ 


Wt 


44 


9.8 


16 


26.6 


29.0 




94 


9.1 


37 


46.7 


39-3 


Wt 


45 


8.0 


19 


12.8 


14.6 


CGB 


95 


9.6 


38 


49.6 


4.8 




46 9-5 


19 


29.2 


45.1 




96 


5-5 


38 


58.8 


20.4 


CGB ; 


47 


8.S 


19 


58.0 


32.0 


BWt 


97 


8.8 


38 


59-6 


1-5 


CB 1 


48 


9.6 


20 


34-6 


59-6 


« 


98 


8.7 . 


39 


50- 4 


31-9 


BWt ! 


49 ' 9-0 j 


20 


51-2 


25.6 




99 


9-7 


40 


5.8 


31.7 


1 
1 


50 8-5 ' 


21 


5.7 


3J.6 


CGBWtWm 


100 


9.3 ! 


40 


17-3 


54.8 


W. 1 



106 



DDRCHMOSTERUNG, — 23°. 





1 








mbe 






0* 


-23° 


3 








Z 


S 












tft. 


s. 


/ 


lOI 


0.8 


40 


35-6 


2.1 


I02 


8.9 


41 


39.1 


51-3 


103 


10. 


41 


5t.8 


47.1 


104 


9-3 


41 


55-5 


9.2 


105 


9.8 


42 


6.2 


45 


106 


9.6 


42 


24.8 


4.8 


107 


9-3 


43 


6.3 


12.9 


108 


9.8 


43 


15-4 


53-1 


109 


9.6 


43 


16.4 


5-9 


1 10 


9-5 


43 


59-8 


34-1 


III 


10. 


44 


3-2 


540 


112 


8.6 


44 


20.3 


41 -5 


"3 


9-4 


44 


41.8 


4.8 


114 


7.7 


45 


5.1 


237 


"5 


9.8 


45 


47.8 


41.4 


116 


9.4 


46 


".5 


44-5 


1 "7 


8.8 


46 


24.6 


-0-3 


118 

1 


9.6 


46 


40.0 


II. 4 


119 


9-5 


46 


47.6 


50.2 


120 

1 


8.8 


47 


6.T 


40.1 


121 


9.0 


47 


20.6 


6.4 


122 


9.2 


47 


33.1 


13-5 


123 


9.0 


47 


37-1 


2.2 


124 


9-i 


47 


41.0 


45 


125 


9.8 


47 


49-4 


29.0 


126 


9-3 


47 


59-3 


46.4 


127 


9-5 


48 


20.5 


23.0 


128 


8.7 


49 


0.8 


17-4 


129 


^'t 


49 


I.O 


0.2 


130 


9.8 


49 


49.6 


35.4 


131 


8.3 


50 


18.9 


12.5 


132 


8.4 


50 


54-0 


22.2 


1 133 


9.3 


52 


319 


58.2 


1 ^34 


2'^ 


52 


36.0 


23.2 


135 


8.6 


52 


50-7 


-0.2 


136 


8.8 


53 


4.1 


-0.8 


137 


9-4 


53 


22.6 


28.9 


138 


10. 


53 


38.5 


3.0 


139 


9.2 


54 


20.3 


53-3 


140 


9.0 


54 


24-3 


35.3 


141 


9-7 


54 


47-9 


43 -o 


i 142 


9.8 


55 


21.8 


45-2 


1 143 


10. 


55 


27.6 


44.0 


, 144 


9.2 


55 


34-9 


49.6 


145 


8.5 


56 


9-5 


56.9 


146 


9.2 


56 


20.6 


4.6 


\ H7 


9-5 


57 


0.8 


2.0 


148 


9.2 


57 


13.7 


17.6 


1 149 


8.6 


57 


20.2 


16.0 


150 


8.5 


57 


33-7 


17.0 



Wi 



Wi 



CWt 



CGBWtWm 



Wt 
B 



Wt 

B 
Wt 

Wt 
CG 



CGB 
CGBWtWm 



B 
G 

BWt 



Wt 
CGBWtWm 



C 
CB 



u 

Xi 

B 

s 



51 

52 
53 
54 
55 

56 

57 
58 

59 
60 

61 
62 

63 
64 
65 



76 

77 
78 

79 
80 

81 
82 

83 
84 
85 

86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

91 
92 
93 
94 
95 

96 

97 

«98 

199 

200 



c 6 

«»2 



o*_-i» I —23' 



9 

9 

9 
8 

8 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

8 

9 
9 

t 



8 

3 
6 

2 



5 
7 
3 
7 
5 

2 
6 
I 

4 
4 



66 


9 4 


67 


9-9 


68 


9.6 


69 


8*' 


70 


8.5 


71 


9.6 


72 


9.9 


73 


9-9 


74 


9-4 


75 


9.8 



8.9 
8.0 

9.2 

9-3 
8.0 

8.2 
7.8 
9.1 
9.8 
8.9 



I 9-3 

,8.7 

9-4 

I 9-0 

1 90 

'9.5 
9.2 

9.3 
10. o 

9-5 



m. 
58 
58 

59 
59 
59 



[ 



2 

3 
3 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
5 

5 

5 

5 
6 

7 

7 

7 

7 
7 
7 
7 

8 
8 
8 
8 

9 



8.5 10 

9-3 ; " 
7.9 1 II 

9-3 I " 
8.1 ' II 



II 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 

13 
13 
H 



References. 



37-4 
56.6 

37- 1 
46.2 

50.0 



21, 

13 

24, 

37 
3 



5 
4 
8 

9 



o 43-0 ' >3-5 

57.6 I 22.5 

1 9.0 12.8 

1 56.3 39- 1 

2 1 1. 1 I 49.1 



39-2 
II .4 
22.2 

14-7 
27.8 

36.6 

45-1 

58.4 
12.3 

28.0 

28.5 

471 
18.5 
10.3 
13.0 I 

22.7 ' 

28.0 i 

28.1 j 

297 I 
39-5 

7-9 I 

13-4 

22.0 I 

51.2 I 

56.1 , 



7-5 
16.2 

329 
30.1 

30-4 

54.5 
38.6 

13.7 
27.1 

20.3 

57-5 
46.7 

41.7 
27.1 

57.8 

46.3 
12.8 

36.3 

57-2 
17.7 

40.6 

4-3 
42.0 

33.8 

13.5 



% 



6. 

23 
27.0 

40.1 

41.0 

44.2 
24.7 
41.9 

45-5 
46.6 



147 
52.4 
13.8 

-0.5' 
15.0 



47.6 ; 50.9 

52.1 I 43-3 
9.6 I 48.8 

47-2 I 52.1 

17.2 ! 10.5 



CGWt 
GB 



BWt 
CGBWt 



CGBWt 
B 



Wt 



CWt 
CGB 



CGB 

BWt 

CGB 

BWt 



59-9 

54-4 
46.4 


G 

Wt 

CGBWt 


2.5 
34-6 


BWt 



CGBWt 



Wt 



DUBOHMUStEBtJNG, — 23*. 



107 



i 


1 

c 6 




i» 


-23° 


References. 


! . 
u 

E 


^3 


1 


I* 


-23° 


1 

References. 


3 w -J 








' 


3 


w •*-• 1 








J? 


^ 










'A 


S 








1 






w. 


s. 


/ 




i 




m. 


*. 


' 




20I [ 93 


H 


36.3 


40.2 




251 


9-4 


32 


50.8 


8.4 




202 


9-4 


H 


41.4 


32.0 




252 


9-3 32 


55.1 


5^-5 


1 


203 


9-4 


H 


48.0 


58.4 




253 


8.1 33 


2.3 


38.6 


CGBWm 


204 


8.9 


14 


52.7 


15-8 


B 


254 


9-1 33 


4-7 


7-4 


i 


205 9-5 


15 


20.5 


57.5 




255 


8.9 33 


50.2 


31.6 


GB 


206 


8.8 


16 


12. 1 


14.7 


B 


256 


9-3 .34 


4.6 


3I-I 




207 


9.1 


17 


9.4 


31.0 


BWt 


257 


9.6 


34 


26.4 


51.4 




208 9.4 


17 


135 


22.6 




1 258 


10. 


35 


25.4 


56.4 




! 209 7.5 


'9 


8-3 


331 


GGBWt 


, 259 


10. 


35 


27.3 


48.0 




210 


9.5 


19 


35.7 


27.6 




260 


8.8 35 


35-3 


41.8 


GB 


211 


9.0 


19 


49.2 


52.6 


Wt 


261 


9.4 


36 


13-4 


38.0 




' 212 


9.4 


20 


12.6 


17-3 




262 


9.6 


36 


30.8 


50.5 




213 ■ 70 


20 


27.4 


4-2 


CGB 


263 


9-6 36 


34-2 


53.8 




214 9.5 


20 


59-6 


47-9 




264 


8.5 36 


34.9 


53.8 


CGB 


215 8.6 

1 


21 


8.7 


5-3 


CB 


265 


9.2 36 


36. o» 


0.2 




216 


2*3 


21 


14.2 


16.6 




266 


8.6 


36 


41.2 


27.4 


CGWt 


217 


8.6 


21 


34-5 


31.4' 


Wt 


267 


9.6 


38 


2.5 


37.1 




218 


9-3 


21 


46.6 


24.7 




26S 


9-5 38 


41.0 


37.1 




219 


9-4 


21 


51-4 


14.2 




269 


90 39 


40.9 


22.2 




' 220 


9.1 


22 


I5-I 


45.8 


Wt 


270 


9.0 ' 40 


6.9 


53-8 


1 


■ 221 


9.2 


23 


2.1 


-0.4 




271 


9-5 40 


32.8 


58.6 




222 


8.1 


23 


2-7 


16.7 


CGB 


272 


8.8 


40 


45 -o 


32.9 


B 


223 


8.2 


23 


38.2 


60.7 


CGBWt 


273 


8.8 40 


49-4 


7.8 


CB , 


224 


8.8 


23 


57.9 


3.2 




274 


9.1 


41 


9-4 


19.4 


' 


225 


9.1 


23 


58.0 


53-5 




1 275 


9.4 : 41 


14.4 


28.4 


1 


226 


9.1 


24 


5-2 


15.6 


CGB 


276 


8.5 42 


19.9 


4.0 


CBWt 


227 


8.7 


24 


46.8 


59-2 


BWt 


277 


9-3 ' 42 


32.6 


12.5 




228 


2'5 


24 


49-4 


58.3 


Wt 


278 


9.1 42 


55.2 


3.6 




229 


8.8 


24 


55-4 


12.4 




279 


9-7 


43 


5.9 


15-3 




230 


8.2 


25 


48.4 


8.9 


CB 


280 


8.7 


43 


6.0 


15.4 


•B 


231 


9.1 


26 


1.8 


19.0 




281 


9.0 


43 


7-3 


4-4 




. 232 


9-3 


26 


12.7 


0.2 




282 


9-3 


43 


13.7 


1.2 




233 1 91 


26 


22.1 


4.1* 




283 


8.6 ' 43 


32.5 


29.7 


GB^y|Wm 


234 


9-4 


27 


8.3 


43.8 




284 


9-0 43 


48.4 


59-6 




■ 235 


8.7 


27 


12.9 

• 


31-4 


CGBWt 


285 


9-8 , 43 


51.3 


19-3 




236 


9.4 


27 


20.1 


38.6 




286 


9-3 


44 


3-2 


20.4 




237 


%•' 


27 


22.1 


-0.6 




; 287 


7-9 


45 


7.8 


52.6 


CWm 


238 


8.7 


28 


3-5 


38.4 


B 


; 288 


9-5 45 


303 


43-1 


1 


239 


8.8 


28 


II. 4 


9.8 


B 


289 


8.8 45 


53.1 


9-3 


CGBWt 


240 


9-3 


28 


30-5 

1 


18.5 




290 


9.4 46 


8.4 


33.6 




241 


9.0 


29 


23.2 


14.8 


CB 


' 291 


8.8 ' 46 


57.8 


51-4 


BWm 


242 


8-5 


29 


24.2 


11. 


G 


292 


9-6 1 47 


317 


32.2 




243 


8.2 


29 


SI. 6 


8.6 


CGBWt 


293 


9-5 47 


33-6 


37-4 




244 1 9.6 


30 


32.7 


33.7 




294 


9.1 48 


9.6 


30.0 


B 


245 


8.6 


31 


10. 


10.3 


C 


: 295 


9.2 


48 


47.8 


55.2 


1 


246 


9.6 


31 


20.7 


30.8 




296 


9.1 


49 


2.6 


22.4 




1 247 9-0 


31 


36.1 


39.7 




297 


8.8 49 


5.3 


17.6 


CGBWt 


248 


9.1 


31 


44.1 


10.8 




298 


9.0 49 


22.9 


51.6 




249 


9.4 


31 


57-7 


24.0 




299 


9.2 , 49 


293 


-0.2 


1 


250 


8.4 


32 


17.8 


52.4 


CGB 


300 


9.2 


49 


34.2 


26.6 





108 



DURCHMUSTERtJNG, — 23"*. 



V 

a 

3 



301 
302 

304 
305 

306 

307 
308 

309 
310 

3" 
312 

313 
314 
315 

316 

317 

318 

319 
320 

321 
322 

3^3 
324 
325 



331 
332 
333 
334 
335 

336 
337 
338 

339 
340 

341 
342 
343 
344 
345 

346 

347 
34S 






5 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
8 

9 

9 

8 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 

9 

9 
8 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



326 I 9 
, 327 

; 328 

329 I 8 
I 330 I 7 



9 
9 
9 

9 

8 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
7 
9 
.9 
9 

9 
9 
9 



349 8 

350 9 



8 
I 

7 
3 

5 



o 

4 

2 

5 
4 

4 
3 



4 
o 

6 

9 
8 

4 

5 
6 

3 

8 

o 
I 

3 

7 
6 

5 
6 

2 

2 

7 

4 

5 

4 
I 

o 



I* — 2* I — 23° ' References. 



m. 

49 
49 

51 
51 
51 

2 , 52 

52 

1 52 
4 . 53 
8 53 



55 
5!i 
56 
56 
56 

57 
58 
58 
2 • 58 
8 ! 58 



3 , 58 
I 1 59 
5 ; 59 
I 59 

4 59 



59 
o 

o 

o 

2 

2 
3 

3 
3 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

7 

7 

7 
8 

8 

8 



53-8 

59-4 
16.7 

30-7 
47-9 

14.4 
15.0 
17.2 
10.2 

54-4 

4-4 

37.4 
4.0 

13.6 
37.1 

44.8 
14.9 

15.1 

35-3 
38.0 

59.8 
i.o 

15-5 
23.2 

39- 1 

42.0 
22.1 

45.5 

50-4 

22.2 

40-5 
6.9 

135 
50.2 

0.4 

I 

49-3 I 
51.6 , 

4.6 

143 ' 
2.0 

24.0 I 

33-4 I 
56.1 

58.0 I 
13-7 I 

30 7 
33-9 
273 
36.7 

55-5 



I 



14.9 

35-1 
44.4 

56.4 
237 

26.6 

37-1 
42.4 
14.4 

56.7 

-1.0 

4-7 
57-6 

44-7 

5-7 

57 -o 
58.4 
17-3 
59-4 
56.7 

52.4 
17.6 

57-6 

0.1 

41. 1 

23.6 
48.2 

430 
-1.2 

40.8 

12.0 

40.4 

9.0 

0.1 

45-2 



41.2 , 
20.4 
316 I 
1 .4 I 

53-7 I 

91 , 
32.9 
1.3 ' 

42.5 I 

1 .2 I 

14.2 ' 

51-4 
52.6 

57-4 
13.0 



CGBW, 



W 



m 



GW 



m 



CB 



BW 



m 



GBWm 



CGBWm 



6 *^3 



351 
352 

353 
354 



8.2 

8.5 
9.4 

8.6 



3S5 I 8.8 



356 

357 

358 

359 
360 

361 
362 

3^3 
364 
365 

366 

367 
368 

369 
370 



9.0 

8.6 

,9.2 

' 9-4 
. 8.2 

I 

' 9.6 

! 9-0 

I 9-5 

I 9-4 
9.4 

9.6 

8.2 

10. o 

9-5 
9.8 



371 I 9-9 

372 I 9-7 



373 
374 
375 

376 

377 
378 

379 
380 

381 
382 

383 
384 

385 



9-5 
9.2 

8.6 

8.8 
9.6 
9.2 
9.6 
9.6 

8.5 
9.2 

8.4 

9-4 
9.9 



CGBW 



m 



391 
392 

393 
394 
395 

396 

397 

398 

399 
400 



9.2 
6.7 

9-5 
9.8 

6.3 

9.6 

8.8 
9.0 
7.8 
8.8 



m. 

8 

9 
9 
9 
9 

o 
o 
I 
I 
I 

I 

2 

3 
3 
3 



6 
6 
6 

7 
7 

7 

7 
8 

8 
9 

9 

9 
20 

20 

21 



386 I 9.9 I 21 

387 I 9-1 , 21 

388 ,7.9 22 

389 , 9-5 , 22 

390 9.5 22 



23 
23 
23 
23 
23 

24 

24 
25 
25 
25 



jr. 
58.2 
16. 1 
28.4 
340 
51.3 



42. 

59- 

7- 
22. 

33" 



2 

9 

4 

4 
I 



44.2 
35 o 
18.0 

43 o 
43 -o 



3 43-7 

4' 4-4 

4 16.0 

4 45-7 
4 52.6 



1-4 
25.0 

53.1 

32-3 
50.6 

54-1 
54-1 
31-5 
37-2 
12.4 

37-7 
49.6 

8.9 

25-5 
18. 1 

31.6 

45.6 
27.2 
42.4 

57-1 

13.6 
18.1 
35-6 
35.6 
56.1 

4-5 
16.2 

18.2 

24.6 

43-7 



— 23° ; References. 



' 


16.4 


%36.5 


57-2 



42.3 
18.6 

16.4 

' 37 o 

I 7-5 

54-4 

1 16.4 

57-2 
I.I 
21.0 
29.8 
49.1 

41.0 
16.3 

50-4 
20.4 

12.6 

30.6 

47-3 

43-5 

133 
9.6 

24.1 
3-8 
32.8 
32.6 
22.4 

34-3 
55-6 

37.4 
49.0 

44.8 

37-1 
43-1 
51 I 
39-2 
44.0 

58.8 
20.0 
36.8 

37.8 
II. 2 

45.8 
50.0 
48.9 
43.8 
29-5 



I 



Wt 
B 

CGBWm 
B 



W 



m 



GBWt 



Wt 



Wm 
CGBWm 



CGBWi 



CGBWtWm 



CGBWt 



B 



CGBWm 



DtmCHMCSTKRUNG, — 23*. 



109 



t 

mber. 


igni- 
ude- 




2» 


-23° 


1 

1 

References. 


• 

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s 


1 
bo's 




1 
1 

1 
2* -23° 


References. 


1 










1 


3 


IS 








1 


w. 


s. 


t 


1 




«. 


s. 




401 8.5 


25 


519 


58.0 


CGBWm 


451 ; 9-2 


40 


10.4 50.5 


Wm 


, 402 9.8 


26 


13-8 


.56.0 




452 7-1 


40 


39 6 


5-7 


CGB 


403 10. 


26 


22.3 


47.0 




453 9-5 


41 


31.8 


13-1 




404 9-7 


26 


38.3 


43-9 




454 9-4 


41 


34.8 


25.8 




405 9.6 


26 


47.5 


21.3 




455 9-2 


41 


38.7 


8.2 




, 406 9.7 


26 


56.0 


7-9 




456 9-7 


41 


46.7 


38.5 




1 407 9-3 


27 


36.9 


I.I 




457 


8.5 


41 


.';7-8 


41.3 


BWtWni 


i 408 1 8.6 


28 


5-3 


46.7 


CGBWiWm 


458 


9-5 


42 


14.4 


45-3 




409 1 9.1 


28 


16.3 


41-3 




459 


9.6 


43 


3-3 


^l'^ 




410 


9.8 


28 


55-4 


15.0 




460 


9-4 


43 


7.2 


58.2 




411 


9.6 


29 


2.0 


24.8 




461 


9-5 


43 


16.7 


6.0 


412 


9.0 


29 


56.8 


14.4 


462 


9.2 


43 


40.5 58.6 . 


413 


9.0 


30 


"^S^^ 


20.5 


463 


9.6 


44 


8.8 


13-4 




414 


9.8 


30 


28.4 


28.5 ; 


464 


7-7 


44 


19.9 


37-6 


CGWtWm 


415 


9-5 


30 


34-3 


39.8 ' 


465 


9.0 


44 


45 


16.7 




416 9.5 


30 


40.1 


6.6 

1 


466 


8.7 


45 


19.9 


46.5 


CGBWtWm 


417 8.8 


30 


463 


21.8 : Wi 


467 


9.1 


•^•5 


46.8 


37-4 




418 8.7 


30 


53-4 


4'+ i ,.. , 


468 1 9.4 


46 


17.8 


57-6 




419 8.9 


30 


54-2 


33.2 i WtVVm 


469 


9-3 


46 


19.9 


253 




420 ' 7-4 


31 


"•3 


37.3 


CGBWtWm 


470 


9.6 


46 


43-8 


2.6 




421 8.8 


31 


24.1 


31.3 




47t 


9-3 


46 


57-2 


56.9 


I 


422 9.5 


3^ 


59.2 


45-6 




472 


9.0 


47 


H-5 i 23.4 


: 


423 1 9-5 


32 


20.4 


25.5 




473 


8.3 


47 


15-4 45-2 


CWtWm 1 


424 


9.2 


33 


20.3 


25.1 1 1 


474 


8.2 


47 


45-3 32.1 


CGBWt I 


425 


9.1 


33 


56.0 


9-4 


475 


9.2 


47 


46.4 46.7 




426 


9.1 


33 


57-1 


41 .6 


1 

« 


476 , 9.2 


47 


48.1 133 


427 


8.8 


34 


9-5 


259 


Wt 


477 ' 90 


47 


51.6 ' 51.7 ! Wt 


428 


9-5 


34 


II. 2 


7.6 




478 8.8 


48 


32.7 


0.2 ■ Wt 


1 429 


8.8 


34 


153 


35.1 


WiWm 


479 9-4 


48 


35-6 


38.7 ; 


430 

1 


9 3 


34 


21. 1 


9-5 




4S0 8.6 


48 


37-3 


48.8 1 


431 


9.4 


34 


44.0 


4-5 




481 , 8.9 


49 


2.3 


58.6 ; 


432 


9-5 


34 


45.8 


44.7 




482 , 8.2 


49 


27.2 


48.3 


CGBWtWm 


433 9-3 


35 


10.9 


29.8 


483 


9.2 


49 


44.9 


50.8 




434 •9-3 


35 


17.7 


20.1 


484 


8.2 


50 


23.8 


34-6 


CGWtWm 


435 «-4 


35 


23 9 


13.3 CGB 

1 


485 


9.1 


50 


32.4 


17.5 




436 ' 9.1 


35 


44.0 


17. 1 


' 


486 


9.2 


50 


35.7 57-4 


Wt 


437 %'S 


35 


50.1 


1-3 




487 9-2 


50 


47-3 58.5 




438 9-5 


36 


0.1 


15.0 




4^^8 , 9.5 


50 


48.0 1 31.6 1 


439 : 9-3 


36 


26.9 


12.2 




489 


9.8 


50 


53-6 


50.2 ! 1 


440 


9.8 


36 


40.6 


26.5 


490 


9.8 


50 


58.6 


1.7 




441 


9.6 


36 


58.0 


19. 1 


491 


8.7 


51 


1 

2.7 8.1 




442 


8.6 


37 


8.9 


, 17-4 CG 


492 10. 


51 


6.1 1 54.8 




' 443 9-2 


38 


27.5 


2.2 


493 9-0 


' 51 


15-4 j 52.7 


Wt ; 


444 90 


38 


39-2 


26.5 


494 


9-3 


, 51 


20.5 


51.0 


• 


445 9-0 


39 


28. 2 


21.3 


495 


9-7 


51 

1 


46.5 19-5 




1 
446 9.1 


39 


32.3 


4.0 1 496 


9-3 


52 


8.5 1 37.8 ; 


447 9-4 


39 


52.5 


46.0 i 


497 9-2 


52 


33-1 


27.6 




448 8.8 


39 


52.7 


26.5 ! 


498 9-8 


52 


41-5 


22.2 




449 8.7 


40 


9-4 


16.4 B 


499 9-2 


52 


59.0 1 3.S 


I 


450 9.1 

1 


40 


10.2 


, 42.2 Wt 500 9.6 


53 


10. 1 9.4 . 



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53 


16.3 


57.4 


GBWm 


551 


9.2 


10 


31 


18.9 




502 1 9.5 


54 


4.8 


56.1 




552 


8.6 


10 


44.8 


33-7 


CWtWm 


503 8.8 


54 


193 


57.0 


Wt 


553 


9-4 


10 


57-4 


6.6 


1 
1 


504 8.2 


54 


32.0 


3I-I 


CBWtWm 


554 


9.1 


II 


41 


25-3 


' 


505 


9.6 


54 


32.4 


37.4 




555 9-1 


II 


12.0 


293 


Wt 


506 


9.2 


54 


37.9 1 


6.1 




556 


9.2 


II 


27.6 


18.6 


1 


507 


9-3 


55 


33-7 


44.1 




557 


8.9 


11 


31-9 


2.3 


B 


508 «.9 


55 


39-4 


29.8 


Wt 1 


558 


9.2 


II 


41.4 


0.2 




509 8.7 


55 


570 


22.9 


BWm 


559 


5.8 


II 


57-4 


3-3 


CGB 


510 8.8 


56 


18.6 


6.4 


B 


560 


9.2 


12 


49.2 


12. 1 




5" 9-4 


57 


13-9 1 


35.8 




561 


8.7 


13 


4.1 


313 


WtWm 


512 


8-S 


57 


47-5 


42.7 


CGWtWm 


562 


9.2 


13 


27.1 


60.3 




5^3 


9.2 


57 


55.3 


33.8 




563 


9-4 


13 


29.8 


21.2 




514 i 9.2 


58 


14.2 


21.0 




564 


8.5 


14 


8.6 


13.6 


CB 


515 


9.8 


58 


55 -o 


319 


, 


565 


9.9 


14 


18.8 


53-2 


« 1 


516 9.2 


59 


52.6 


27.2 


1 


566 


8.4 


14 


19.8 


50.2 


BWtWm 


517 9-3 





1.6 


4.8 




567 


9.0 


14 


42.0 


36.5 


Wt 


518 9.1 





6.5 


53-6 


1 Wt 


568 


^•l 


H 


47-4 


56.8 




519 


9.0 





39-5 


^^ 


' 


569 


9.6 


15 


14.8 


59-2 




520 


9-5 


I 


17. 1 


28.1 


1 


570 


10. 


15 


19.0 


59-6 




521 


8.5 


I 


17.9 


0.4 


CB 


571 


9.6 


15 


20.7 


13.6 


1 


522 


9'i 


1 


29.9 


39-4 


1 Wt 


572 


1 9-6 


15 


34.3 


1.7 




523 


9.8 


I 


33-6 


49-4 


' 


573 


9.6 


15 


35-2 


8.0 




524 


9.1 


1 


35-8 


56.9 




574 


9-7 


X5 


55-5 


36.5 




' 525 

1 


9.2 


2 


0.2 


51.6 


1 


575 


8.7 


16 


20.6 


29.2 


BWtWm 


1 

526 9.4 


2 


3-2 


19.8 


1 


576 


lio.o 


16 


30.5 


3.2 




527 9-2 


2 


36.5 


39-6 


1 


577 


9.2 


16 


47.8 


57.6 


w, 


528 9.2 


3 


1-7 


2.3 


1 


578 


9.2 


x7 


5.4 


59-4 




1 529 i 9-6 


3 


31-3 


II. 9 


1 


579 


' 8.9 


17 


13.7 


23 -9 




530 9-4 


1 3 


41.6 


19.7 


1 

1 


580 


8.7 


17 


16.8 


56.7 


Wt 


531 9-4 


3 


45.8 


54-6 


j 

1 


581 


9-5 


17 


.59-4 


3.6 




532 9-0 


3 


49-4 


'r^ 




582 


9.8 


18 


42.6 


52.0 


1 


533 , 9-4 


1 4 


151 


8.2 




583 


9-3 


18 

1 


55-4 


59-3 


: 


, 534 9-4 


1 4 


30.2 


33.3 


, 


584 


1 9.8 


19 


6.8 


37.1 




1 535 ' 9.8 


1 ^'^ 


5.4 


16. 1 


1 


585 


1 9.4 


19 


20.8 


22.5 




' 536 1 90 


5 


18.9 


38.3 


1 

1 


586 


9-5 


19 


37-3 


36.1 




537 1 9-9 


' 5 


29.4 


10. 




587 


. 8.7 


19 


49-5 


24.2 


C ! 


1 538 1 9-4 


1' 5 


32.0 


6.2 


1 


588 


9.2 


19 


59-7 


23-5 


Wt 


1 539 


9.6 


5 


49.6 


9.7 


1 


589 


9.2 


20 


5.9 


19. 1 


1 


1 540 8.7 


6 


4.x 


33-3 


CBWtWm 


590 


9.6 


21 


4.0 


41.8 


1 

1 


541 8.4 


6 


52.9 


53-4 


BWt 


591 


9.4. 


21 


12.3 


20.6 




; 542 9-6 


6 


58.4 


42.4 




592 


9.2 


.21 


41.0 


60.8 




, 543 8.4 


7 


^•l 


34-7 


CBWiWm 


593 


6.8 


23 


15-7 


58.6 


CGBWtWm 1 


544 9-0 


7 


21.6 


15.8 




594 


9.2 


23 


22.9 


31.2 


1 


545 9-9 


8 


5-2 


30-8 




595 


7.6 


23 


26.3 


I.O 


CGB 


546 9-4 


8 


9.9 


49-4 




596 


9-7 


23 


49.0 


22.2 


1 


! 547 1 8.9 


8 


33 


38.8 


Wt 


597 


9-3 


24 


17.0 


51.2 


1 


548 8.4 


8 


540 


2.9 


c 


598 


9-3 


24 


19.6 


7.9 




, 549 8.6 


■9 


12.2 


48.8 


1 Wt 


599 


8.8 


24 


51-3 


40.9 


WtWm 


, 550 ' 9-7 

1 


9 


13.0 


58.7 




600 


8.9 


25 


0.7 


30.2 


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9-3 


25 


7.0 


25.9 


Wt 


651 


9.6 


39 


26.1 


27.6 




602 


9.1 


25 


17. 1 


47.1 




652 


9.2 


39 


27.2 


8.0 




603 


9-7 


25 


39-4 


9.8 




^53 


9-5 


39 


30-3 


45 




604 


9-5 


25 


57-1 


5-9 


654 


10. 


39 


40.8 


58.8 




605 


9.6 


26 


8.0 


5.8 


655 


8.7 


39 


54-5 


32.9 


CWtWm 


606 


9.6 


26 


27.6 


1.9 '' 


656 


9 4 


40 


II. 2 


2.7 




607 


9.6 


27 


"14.4 


^•3 ■ ^^„ 


'657 


9-4 


40 


33 


II. 4 




608 


S.I 


27 


17-5 


26.2 1 CGBWmWt 


658 


4.2 


40 


36.6 


41.0 


CGBWtWm 


609 


9.0 


27 


34-2 


13.8 




659 


8.8 


41 


26.0 


45-9 


BWt 


610 


8.6 


27 


54-3 


20.9 


CB 


660 


8.2 


41 


46.8 


38.8 


GBWiWra 


611 


9.6 


28 


29-3 


7.8 




661 


9-3 


42 


13.7 


31.5 




612 


8.9 


28 


31-9 


41. 1 


WtWm 


662 


9.7 


42 


39-5 


29.1 




613 


8.6 


28 


44.6 


38.8 


WtWm 


663 


8.8 


42 


58.6 


32.3 


CGBWt 


614 


9.6 


29 


15.6 


33-7 




664 


9.9 


43 


33-4 


45.0 


B 


615 


8.2 


29 


43-2 


60.0 


GB 


66s 


9-3 


43 


43.8 


5-4 




616 


9-4 


29 


55.2 


53-4 




i 666 


9.1 


43 


44.6 


34.8 


BWt 


617 


8.8 


30 


10. 


54-2 


CGWt 


667 


8.2 


43 


55-6 


15-3 


CGB 


618 


8.3 


30 


15.8 


50.6 


CBWt 


668 


8.8 


44 


18.4 


30 


B 


619 


9-3 


30 


42.4 


25-4 




; 669 


8.6 


44 


39-8 


21.7 


B 


620 


9.6 


30 


49.9 


235 




, 670 


9.1 


44 


44.0 


55.8 


Wt 


621 


9-5 


31 


14.4 


10.6 




, 671 


9-5 


45 


7.0 


34-1 




622 


9.6 


32 


1-4 


7-2 




672 


9.2 


45 


13.0 


25.1 


B 


623 


9.2 


32 


50 


26.2 




673 


7.9 


45 


26.1 


21.8 


CGBWm 


624 


8.6 


32 


10. 


34-4 


CWtWn, 


674 


8.5 


45 


42.4 


7.8 


B 


625 


9.1 


32 


24.8 


31-4 




675 


8.8 


46 


32.8 


22.1 


CGBWm 


626 


9.6 


32 


35-3 


8.0 




676 


8.6 


46 


39-8 


20.2 


CGB 


627 


9-4 


32 


54-0 


28.1 




677 


7-3 


47 


41.4 


33-7 


CGBWtWm 


628 


8.9^ 


32 


54-0 


26.2 


678 


9-4 


47 


43-2 4-1 




629 


8.9 


33 


15.6 


58.6 


679 


8.7 


47 


44.8 


52.8 


Wt 


630 


8.6 


33 


33- 1 


52.5 


WtWm 


680 


9.4 


47 


55.0 


39-6 




631 


9.6 


33 


34-3 


25.7 




681 


9-4 


48 


16.9 


32.0 




632 


8.3 


34 


I.I 


-0.2 


GB 


682 


9.8 


48 


20.8 


23.0 




633 


9-5 


34 


3-5 


26.3 




683 


8.8 


48 


44.8 


22.1 




634 


8.4 


34 


9.0 


23.1 


BWt 


684 


8.6 


49 


26.3 


2.9 


C 


635 


9.2 


34 


28.3 


36.3 




685 


9.0 


49 


33-2 


14-7 




636 


8.6 


34 


41.6 


131 




< 686 

1 


8.7 


49 


42.0 


28.7 ' 


BWt 


637 


8.7 


34 


41.6 


15.0 




687 


8.3 


49 


42.2 


59-3 


CGBWtWm 


638 


8.7 


34 


59-4 


22.4 


B 


688 


7.8 


49 


57-0 


50.8 


CGBWtWm 


639 


9-7 


35 


21.0 


28.3 




689 


10. 


50 


15-2 


60.6 




640 


9.0 


35 


38.0 


33-4 


BWt 


1 690 


9-7 


50 


26.0 


54-6 




641 


8.6 


35 


51-5 


42.8 


GBWtWm 


1 

691 


9-3 


50 


30-4 1 2.3 




642 


9.2 


36 


7-3 


27.7 


Wt 


692 


8.4 


50 


37-1 


36.0 


GBWt 


643 


9-7 


36 


18.8 


33-3 




693 


9.1 


50 


55-7 


254 




644 


7-9 


36 


31-5 


22.9 : CGBWm 


694 


9.1 


51 


2.9 


56.4 


Wt 


645 


9.6 


36 


32.6 


531 


695 


9.6 


51 


10.3 


4.2 ' 


B 


646 


9-7 


37 


30-4 


45-5 


696 


9.2 


52 


9.6 


12.2 


B 


647 


8.6 


37 


58.2 


2.1 


GB 


697 


9-7 


52 


14.2 


33.8 




648 


7.8 


38 


37-0 


50.6 


CGBWtWm 


698 


9-3 


52 


26.5 


56.6 




649 


8.6 


38 


53-9 


23.6 


Wt 


699 


9.6 


52 


36.1 


28.2 


Wt 


650 


9.6 


39 


5.7 


27-4 . 


700 

1 


8.5 


52 


42.3 


33-2 


CGBWtWm 



112 



DURCHM08TEBUNG, — 23°. 



• 

u 
o 
Si 

B 


1 

c 6 

etf 5 


3' 


I 
4* 


-23° 


References. 


imber. ' 


agni- 1 
:iide. 




4* 


-23° 


References. 

1 


3 












, ^ 


.1^ 








1 




«/. 


s. 


» ' 




w. 


J. 


/ 




701 


8.6 


52 


46.0 


45-2 




751 


10. 


8 


54-4 


25.2 




702 9 . 8 


53 


8.1 


10.6 




752 


9.1 


9 


12.2 


44.1 


BWt 


703 10. 


53 


38.2 


37-6 




753 


8.9 


9 


32.4 


47.2 


BWt 


704 8 4 


53 


40.3 


35.4 


CBWiWm 


, 754 


6.4 


9 


35-2 


36.1 


CGBWtW,,, 1 


705 


8.8 


53 


43-4 


46.2 




755 


9-5 


9 


59-3 


35-0 


' 


706 


8.0 


54 


3-0 


34-7 


CGBWtWm 


, 756 


9.3 


10 


8.5 


35-6 




707 


9.6 


54 


7.6 


52-7 




' 757 


8.6 


10 


20.0 


19.2 




708 8.5 


54 


8.4 


35- 1 


GWt 


7.S8 


7.9 


10 


21.0 


53-9 


CGBWtWm 


709 9 5 


54 


39-5 


52.7 


B 


759 


9-3 


10 


21.2 


36.9 




710 


8.6 


54 


50.2 


41.8 


CBWt 


1 760 


8.9 


10 


44-3 


15-1 


B 


711 


9.6 


54 


55-2 


8.2 




761 


9.2 


II 


32.8 


8.4 


1 


712 


9-3 


55 


27.6 


304 




' 762 


9-3 


12 


4.2 


40.0 




713 


10. 


56 


29.0 


22.4 


1 ..». 


763 


8.4 


12 


5.5 


7.6 


CGB 


714 i 6.8 


56 


32.5 


0.4 


G 


764 


9.2 


12 


10.8 


45-5 




715 


9-5 


56 


56.6 


39-7 




765 


5-9 


12 


26.0 


20.1 


CGBWm 1 


716 


9.0 


57 


3-2 


13.6 




766 


9-3 


12 


32.7 


24.7 




717 1 9 3 


57 


17.8 


61.0 




767 


8.4 


13 


4-4 


46.8 


GWt 


718 9.0 


58 


3-1 


38.4 


Wt 


768 


9-5 


13 


13-7 


18.5 


1 


719 8.1 


58 


35 -o 


7-9 




! 769 


8.4 


13 


37-4 


9.1 


CGB 


720 9.6 

1 


59 


43-4 


50.0 


BWt 


770 


8.6 


13 


43 -o 


2.6 


CGB 


721 


9.0 


59 


46.6 


57-4 




1 
' 771 


8.9 


15 


5.6 


5.5 


1 

1 


722 


8.0 


59 


58.5 


40.2 


CGBWtWm 


772 


9-4 


15 


26.5 


55-0 


1 


723 


9.0 


59 


59-2 


58.6 




! 773 


9.2 


15 


49.2 


2.4 


1 


724 


9-4 


59 


59-7 


38.6 


BWtW,„ 


774 


8.4 


16 


II. 4 


12.0 


CG ; 


725 1 8.3 


59 


59-8. 


52.9 


CGBWtWn. 


; 775 

1 


9.4 


16 


13-7 


31-3 




726 9.7 





36.0 


40.2 




1 

776 


9-4 


16 


44.0 


17.5 




727 


8.8 


I 


9.2 


54-0 


CWt 


1 777 


8.8 


16 


56.4 


31.6 


Wt 


728 


9.2 


I 


24.4 


45-4 




1778 


9.0 


17 


14.2 


1-4 


1 


729 


8.3 


I 


34-6 


295 


CGBWiWui 


1 779 


9-4 


17 


18.0 


4.7 




730 


9-5 


I 


47-9 


31.0 




' 780 

1 


10. 


17 


253 


57-6 




731 91 


I 


53-3 


55.8 


Wt 


1 781 


10. 


17 


28.6 


6.9 




732 9-6 


I 


54-2 


46.7 




782 


8.0 


17 


31.4 


18.3 


CGB 


733 9-3 


2 


^'^ 


30.6 




17S3 


9-3 


17 


48.5 


19.0 




734 1 8.8 


2 


59-5 


60.3 


B 


784 


8.6 


18 


20.3 


26.8 


BWt 


735 9-5 


3 


45-8 


39-6 




,785 

> 


10. 


iS 


26.1 


26.8 




736 9-4 


3 


56.2 


50.6 


Wt 


786 


9-4 


19 


10.6 


39-6 




737 lo-o 


4 


Z'2 


2.0 




' 787 


8.4 


19 


44.6 


-I.I 


CGB 


738 9-2 


4 


14.4 


42.0 




788 


8.5 


19 


54-4 


26.7 


CBWtWm 


739 10. 


4 


19.9 


36.1 




1 789 


8.8 


20 


8.7 


21.5 


C 


740 8.5 


4 


47.0 


46.4 


CWtWm 


790 


9-4 


20 


8.8 


53.3 




741 9-4 


5 


8.5 


36.0 




791 


8.0 


20 


22.0 


28.1 


CGBWtWm 


742 iio.o 


5 


35.8 


35-3 


■_ . « _ 

WtWm 


792 


9.0 


20 


23.0 


-0.2 




743 1 9-8 


5 


46.9 


28. 




793 


8.4 


20 


41.8 


17.6 


CGB 


744 I 90 


6 


32.6 


43.1 


Wt 


794 


9-4 


20 


53 


8.2 




745 6.5 


6 


52.0 


307 


CGWtWm 


, 795 


9.2 


20 


59-8 


12.7 




746 ,10.0 


7 


1.2 


-0.6 




796 


8.5 


21 


7.6 


52.6 


CGWtWm 


747 9-2 


7 


2.2 


26.2 


w, 


797 


9.0 


21 


23-4 


33.0 


Wt 


748 1 9.6 


8 


6.2 


39-0 




798 


9-5 


21 


24.8 


6.2 


1 


749 1 9-3 


8 


24-7 


504 




799 


8.9 


21 


56.2 


1.8 


CB 


750 


9.8 


8 


540 


30-9 




, 800 


6.8 


22 


3-7 


6.7 


CGB 1 

1 



DURCHMCSTERUNG, — 23°. 



113 



E 

3 



8oi 
8o2 
803 
804 
805 

806 
807 
80S 
809 
8io 

Si I 
S12 

813 
S14 

815 

816 
817 
818 
819 
820 

821 
822 
823 
824 
825 

, 826 
, 827 
828 
829 
830 

831 
832 

833 
834 
83s 

836 

837 
838 

839 
840 

841 
842 

843 
844 
845 

846 

847 
848 

849 
850 



«8 2 



8.5 

8.6 

8.7 
8.8 

9.2 

9.6 

8.7 

8.5 
9.1 

8.8 

6.7 
7.6 

9-7 

9-5 
9.2 

8.8 
9.8 
8.8 

9-3 
8.6 

8.8 
9.6 
9.0 
9.8 
9.9 

9.0 
9.0 
9.1 
9.2 
8.8 

9.0 
9.6 
9.8 
7.0 

9-4 

9.6 
8.8 
9.6 
9.2 
9.4 

9-7 
9.6 

9.6 

8.6 

9-3 

8.6 
9.1 

6.7 

9.6 

10. o 



22 

22 

23 
23 
23 



24 
24 
24 
25 
25 

35 

26 
26 
26 

27 



28 
28 
28 
28 
29 

29 
29 
31 
31 
31 

31 
31 
32 
32 
32 

33 
33 
34 
34 
35 

35 
35 
36 
36 
36 



5-3 
12.2 

27.9 

28.6 

35-4 



23 49*2 

23 58.4 

24 15.0 

24 18.0 

24 19.0 



23.8 

40.5 

47-9 
5.6 
6.4 

20.8 
40.2 
53 o 

57.2 
II. 4 



27 14.4 

27 17.0 

28 14.2 
28 17.9 
28 32.2 



42.1 

51-1 

53 o 
56.6 

10.4 

40.4 

57 o 
6.0 

7-7 
45-4 

48.5 
52.2 

7-4 
26.5 

55- 1 

22.4 

35-6 

4.4 

36.8 

2.5 

7-3 
21.6 

14-7 

23.4 
42.9 



-23^ 



References. 



I 



I 



25-3 

45-9 
22.0 

6.6 

50.2 

54.2 

51-9 

49-3 
56.6 

26.6 

21.0 

43-4 
49.8 

43-4 
4.6 

21.2 
8.2 

39- ' 

2.3 

53-7 

18.8 

15.5 
44.2 

1.5 

8.2 

7-5 

0.3 

53.6 

4.0 

35.3 

52.9 
18.3 

36.9 
21.0 

59-4 

21.9 

14-3 

4.8 

48.6 
51.8 

60.8 
II. 2 
25.6 
20.2 
20.6 

52.4 

53.7 
27.4 

27.2 

48.1 



CGBWt 

WtWm 

CGB 
Wt 



GWiWm 
CGWtWm 

W, 
CBWi 

GB 

CGWtWm 

B 
Wt 



B 

Wt 

WtWm 

Wt 



Wt 

CWtWm 

Wt 
Wt 

CGBWm 



CB 



CWt 

CGWtWm 



• 

.2 


1 






E 


^3 




4* 


3 


rt +j 




. 


"A 


% 










»w. 


s. 


851 


10. 


36 


45-1 


852 


7.7 


37 


II. 4 


853 


9.9 


37 


29.7 


854 


9-3 


37 


34-0 


855 


9-4 


37 


34- 1 


856 


8.9 


38 


31-4 


857 


8.8 


38 


34-4 


858 


V 


38 


36.0 


859 


8.9 


38 


38.7 


860 


8.4 


38 


50.6 


861 


9.6 


38 


59.8 


862 


9i 


39 


16.2 


863 


9.8 


39 


23.2 


864 


9-3 


39 


27.7 


865 


10. 


39 


43 


866 


8.3 


39 


53-4 


867 


9.2 


40 


7-4 


868 


9-4 


40 


12.0 


869 


8.6 


40 


16.0 


870 


8.0 


40 


26.4 


871 


10. 


40 


45 -o 


872 9.0 


40 


46.4 


873 


9.8 


40 


58.6 


874 


8.9 


41 


3-4 ' 


875 


9.6 


41 


II. . 


876 


8.0 


41 


21.9 


877 


8.5 


41 


314 


878 


9.8 


41 


314 


879 8.6 


42 


40.9 1 


880 


7-4 


42 


42.9 


SSi 7-5 


43 


3.9 


882 9.4 


44 


21. 1 


883 


8.4 


44 


277 


884 


9-7 


44 


38.0 


885 


9.6 


44 


44.6 


886 


9.1 


45 


9.2 


887 


9-4 


45 


27.4 


888 


9-4 


45 


46.2 , 


889 


9-3 


45 


46.8 


890 


9.0 


45 


48.2 


891 


8.8 


45 


55-0 


892 9 . 4 


45 


57.4 


893 9.0 


46 


7.8 


894 , 9-4 


46 


55.0 


895 


9.1 


47 


9.3 


896 


8.8 


47 


17.0 1 


897 


9-3 


47 


31.3 ! 


898 


8.6 


47 


32.8 


899 


9.6 


47 


45-3 


900 


9.0 


47 


52.4 



-23' 



References. 



0.2 

54-3 

6.8 

17.0 

26.7 

15.0 
29.4 

.';7-9 
56.6 

7-5 

3-5 
20.4 

28.8 

38.4 
19.4 



CGBWiWm 



B 

B 

B 

CG 

CWt 

GB 



33-6 


CWt 


24.8 




33-7 




47-9 


CGWt 


1.9 


CGB 


27.2 




^•i 


B 


34.8 




55.8 


Wt 


44.2 




II. 8 


CGB 


47-4 


CWtWm 


26.4 




57-4 


CGBWi 


32.8 


CGBWiWm 



20.2 

43-1 

33.0 
4.0 

19.2 

40.0 

38.6 

6.8 

53 o 
30.0 

6.7 

8.4 

52.8 

36.6 

53-3 

8.6 
20.9 

43-1 

23-7 
13.6 



CGB 

WiWm 



B 



CWt 



114 



DUItCHMUBTEHCNO, — 23°. 



• 


.1 










• 


1 










E 

s 


agn 
tude. 


4' 


-5* 


-23° 


References. 


a 

s 


agn 
tude. 




5* 


-33° 


References. 


z 


S 










Z 


^ 














w. 


s. 


/ 








w. 


X. 


/ 




901 


8.4 


47 


59-0 


44-7 


CGWiWm 


951 


8.8 





403 


21. 1 


C 


902 


8.0 


48 


24.2 


45-0 


CGBWtWm 1 


952 


8.5 





5g-5 


33-6 


BWm 


903 


8.9 


48 


25-4 


130 




953 


8.9 


I 


8.6 


13-4 


C 


904 


9-4 


48 


34.2 


32.6 




954 


8.7 


I 


10.4 


23- 1 


CB 


905 


8.8 


48 


44.6 


46.3 


CBWtWm 


955 


8.7 


I 


34-6 


28.6 


CGB 


906 


8.5 


49 


6.2 


38.1 


CGBWtWm 1 


956 


9.1 


I 


56.6 


6.0 




907 9-4 


49 


10.6 


20.6 




957 


10. 


2 


18.4 


4-5 




908 


7.8 


49 


32.8 


29.2 


CGBWiWm 


958 


9.1 


2 


340 


9-7 


C 


909 


8.5 


50 


2.4 


17.4 


CG 


959 


9-4 


2 


36.8 


10.9 




910 


9-3 


50 


14.8 


49-4 


1 


960 


9.0 


2 


41.0 


32.0 


B 


911 


8.3 


50 


17.0 


52.8 


CGBWt 


961 


9-4 


2 


43.1 


2.3 


1 


912 


7-7 


50 


21.0 


31.0 


CGBWtWm , 


962 


9.2 


2 


55 -o 


131 




913 


9.0 


50 


36.8 


53.1 


CB 


963 


8.8 


3 


5-4 


I.O 


C 


914 


8.2 


51 


4.2 


15.8 


GB 


964 


9.6 


3 


6.3 


44-9 




915 


9.2 


51 


12.3 


17.4 


1 


965 


7.4 


3 


20.3 


18.3 


CGB 


916 


8.7 


51 


54-6 


1-5 


CGB 

1 


966 


9.2 


3 


24.7 


3.6 




917 


9.8 


52 


4.0 


59- » 


1 


^l 


8.5 


3 


49.6 


0.2 




918 


9.2 


52 


50.6 


6.2 




968 


10. 


3 


50-4 


36.2 




919 


9.8 


53 


18.0 


53.7 




969 


9.6 


4 


1.9 


^r^ 




920 


9.6 


54 


9-5 


59-5 




970 


9-4 


4 


8.5 


28.2 


1 


921 


9-4 


54 


21.8 


41-7 


C 


971 


8.8 


4 


15-7 


23.2 


B 


922 


9.0 


54 


35-6 


48.8 




972 


9-3 


4 


48.8 


17.2 




923 


9-5 


54 


38.4 


57-3 


CGWt 


973 


8.4 


4 


49-7 


46.3 


CGBWm 


924 


9.6 


55 


3.8 


18.6 




974 


9.1 


4 


54-6 


33-6 


C 


925 


9-4 


55 


6.7 


28.0 


1 


975 


9.0 


5 


4-5 


35-2 


c 


926 


7.6 


55 


15.2 


56.0 


CGBWtWm , 


976 


10. 


5 


7-4 


33-6 




927 


9.2 


55 


41.6 


46.1 


C 


977 


9-3 


5 


8.6 


13-2 




928 


8.8 


56 


21.6 


58.4 


1 


978 


9.2 


5 


24.6 


60.1 




929 


9.2 


56 


22.5 


25.2 




979 


9-7 


5 


35 


3.2 




930 


8.5 


56 


23.6 


59-2 


CB ' 


980 


9-4 


6 


8.4 


45 -o 




931 


9.1 


56 


27.2 


-0.2 




^' 


9-4 


6 


12.3 


3I-I 


! 


932 


50 


56 


37.8 


0.3 


CGB 


9S2 


9-4 


6 


36.8 


5-2 




933 


8.7 


57 


14.2 


27.9 


Wi 


983 


9.1 


6 


55-3 


24.7 


c 


934 


9-4 


57 


37-2 


13-7 


1 


984 


9-4 


7 


46.1 


37-4 




935 


9-2 


57 


54-6 


31.2 




985 


8.9 


7 


49.8 


58.0 




936 


8.9 


57 


59-4 


54-2 


Wt , 


986 


7-3 


7 


51.0 


9.0 


CGB 


937 


9-4 


58 


8.8 


60.0 




987 


9-3 


7 


51-2 


9.1 




938 


9.2 


58 


13.1 


6.9 


1 


988 


10.5 


7 


51.6 


9-3 




939 


9.9 


58 


24.6 


29.0 




989 


10. 


8 


5-4 


13.0 


1 


940 


9-4 


58 


29.1 


243 




990 


9.0 


8 


12.0 


22.7 




941 


9-4 


58 


31.8 


41.4 




991 


9.2 


8 


23.6 


8.6 




942 


9.6 


58 


36.2 


3-5 


1 


992 


9.4 


8 


24.2 


5-0 




943 


9.0 


58 


48.0 


9.1 




993 


9-3 


8 


34 -o 


28.8 




944 1 9.1 


58 


51-7 


8.8 




994 


9.6 


8 


39-0 


50.6 




945 


8.3 


59 


0.3 


39- 1 


CGBWtWm 


995 


9.6 


8 


56.6 


28.5 




946 


8.3 


59 


24.6 


51-2 


CGWiWm 


996 


9-5 


9 


23-1 


15.0 


1 


947 8.5 


59 


29.8 


29.6 


CBWt 


997 


8.9 


9 


24.0 


13.6 


^ 1 


948 9.3 


59 


39-9 


3.8 




998 


8.8 


9 


26.2 


37-2 


C ' 


949 1 9.0 





26.2 


9.1 


CG 


999 


9-4 


9 


39-6 


58.6 


^"m ^^ V^ 1 


950 


9.1 





35-0 


33.8 


1 


1000 


7.0 


9 


40.0 


3-0 


CGB ! 



DUKCHMIIRTEllUNG, — 23°. 



115 



J3 


1 

c 6 










« 

u 


1 
c 6 










g 


?*§ 




5* 


-23° 


References. 


1 s 


bc-g 




5* 


-23° 


References. 


S 


CQ ^a 










' D 


05 .^j 










Z 


^ 










iz: 


S 














m. 


s. 


r 






w. 


X. 


f 




lOOI 


10. 


9 


42.3 


13.8 




1 05 1 


9.2 


17 


5a- 5 


15-5 




I002 


9.1 


9 


54.6 


14.0 


B 


1052 


9-4 


17 


55 -o 


48.5 




1003 


8.8 


9 


56.3 


55-7 




1053 


10. 


18 


30 


2.6 




1004 


10. 


9 


58.0 


"•3 




io.'>4 


8.6 


18 


131 


.57-7 




1005 


9.2 


10 


5-4 


21.2 




1055 


9.2 


18 


20.2 


30- 4 




1006 8.7 


10 


6.0 


33-9 


CWm 


1056 


8.6 


18 


32.6 


12.8 


CB 


1007 9.1 


10 


9-5 


48.3 




1057 


95 


18 


36.6 


2.2 




1008 7.3 


10 


21.2 


14.0 


GB 


1058 


9.2 


18 


43.2 


7.2 




1009 


9-7 


10 


23.0 


13.8 




1059 


9.6 


18 


52.6 


28.6 




lOIO 


9-7 


10 


30.0 


"•3 




1060 

1 


9.8 


19 


II. 


36.2 




lOII 


9-4 


10 


47-4 


29.1 




j 106 1 


8.4 


19 


14.0 


19.2 


CGB 


IOI2 


9-4 


II 


0.7 


51.7 




; 1062 


9.2 


19 


21.0 


3.2 




IOI3 


87 


II 


27.6 


59-4 


CG 


, 1063 


9.6 


19 


21.8 


38.0 




IOI4 


8.4 


II 


39-2 


20.0 




1064 


9.8 


19 


21.8 


32.3 




IOI5 


8.4 


II 


55-3 


35.3 


CBWm 


1065 


9.2 


19 


40.0 


41.8 


■ 


IOI6 


9-5 


12 


15.2 


48.5 




1066 


9.2 


19 


58.6 


2.6 


c 


1017 


9-5 


12 


15-2 


51.0 




1067 


9.2 


20 


10. 1 


49-7 




IO18 


8.5 


12 


22.7 


22.5 


CB 


1068 


9.4 


20 


28.0 


36.6 




IOI9 


9.1 


12 


26.2 


34-1 


C 


1069 


9-4 


20 


30- 3 


36.0 




1020 


9-5 


12 


27.2 


48.5 




1070 


9.6 


20 


35-1 


30.3 




102 1 


9.1 


12 


28.6 


51.0 




1071 


8.8 


20 


57.6 


27.6 


BWm 


1022 


10. 


12 


36.8 


53-5 




1072 


9.2 


21 


22.4 


1.6 




1023 


9.3 


12 


41.4 


48.0 




i 1073 


10. 


21 


26.1 


27.0 




1024 


9.9 


12 


46.6 


54-4 




i 1074 


9.8 


21 


26.4 


46.8 




1025 


9.2 


12 


51.6 


2.9 




1075 


9.1 


21 


46.3 


37-6 




1026 


10. 


13 


8.4 


49.8 




1076 


9.1 


21 


46.9 


7.6 


1 


1027 


10. 


13 


13.0 


50.4 




i '^7 


9.1 


21 


47-7 


12.2 


c 


1028 


9.0 


13 


20.3 


58.0 




! 1078 


9-5 


21 


53.9 


49-3 




1029 


10. 


13 


33.4 


50.0 




; 1079 


9-3 


22 


12.8 


303 




1030 


9-4 


13 


49.6 


1-4 




; 1080 

1 


10. 


22 


24.2 


48.3 


1 


1031 


9.6 


13 


^2.6 


52.7 




' 1081 


9.0 


22 


26.4 


-0.4 


1 


1032 


9-3 


13 


54-7 


36.0 




1082 


10. 


23 


19.2 


22.2 




1033 


9.9 


13 


56.0 


52.3 




1083 


9.0 


23 


21.0 


43-5 




1034 


9-7 


14 


7 3 


50.8 




1084 


9.6 


23 


28.5 


25.0 




103s 


9-4 


M 


41.7 


17.7 




1085 


9-5 


23 


29.4 


31.8 




1036 


9.2 


14 


56.5 


21.4 




1086 


9-5 


23 


37.2 


28.2 




1037 


9.0 


15 


9-7 


52.2 


C 


1087 


9-4 


23 


40.8 


25-5 




1038 


9.0 


15 


22.2 


55-7 


C 


loSS 


8.8 


24 


16.0 


37.8 


CWm 


1039 


9.5 


15 


29.2 


17-3 




1089 


9-3 


24 


24.9 


32.2 


1 


1040 8.8 


15 


35.5 


57-9 


CG 


1090 


8.8 


24 


36.4 


10.4 


B 


1041 


8.5 


15 


55.9 


35.4 


BWm 


' 1091 


8.8 


24 


47.1 


47-9 


C 


1042 


9-5 


16 


5.6 


22.8 




1092 


8.9 


24 


50.4 


38.1 


C 


1043 


9.2 


16 


16.4 


18.3 




1093 


9.6 


25 


20.8 


55-5 




1044 


7.5 


16 


38.4 


24.1 


GBWm 


1094 


8.6 


25 


28.7 


31-9 


CBWm 


1045 


9.6 


16 


42.4 


53-4 




1095 


9.2 


25 


35 


-0.6 




1046 


9.7 


16 


54-4 


1.6 




1096 


8.7 


25 


50.6 


3-5 


CB 


1047 


8.7 


16 


59-4 


"•3 


CB 


1097 


8.0 


26 


3.8 


31.2 


CGBWm 


1048 


8.8 


17 


1.3 


45-2 


C 


1098 


9.0 


26 


7.7 


18.5 




1049 


9.4 


17 


34-2 


.35-6 




1099 


9.2 


26 


39.8 


37-8 




1050 


9.8 


17 


41-3 


33-2 




1 100 


8.9 


26 


50.0 


30.8 


C 



116 



DURCHMUSTERUNG, — 23°. 



u 
Si 

B 

s 



oi 
02 

03 
04 

05 

06 

07 
08 

09 
10 

II 

12 

13 
H 
15 

16 

17 
18 

19 
20 

21 
22 

23 
24 

25 

26 

27 
28 

29 
30 

31 
32 

33 
34 
35 

36 

37 
38 

39 
f4o 

41 
42 
43 
44 
45 

46 

47 
48 

49 
5« 



1 






c 6 






cj2 




5* 


S 






wr. 


s. 


8.8 


27 


56.3 


8.6 


28 


28.8 


9.8 


28 


33-2 


8.7 


28 


43-2 


9.4 


30 


42.6 


8.4 


30 


58.0 


9.2 


31 


49.8 


9.0 


32 


309 


9.2 


32 


390 


9-3 


33 


2.4 


9-5 


33 


10.6 


9.6 


33 


14. 1 


9-3 


33 


24.6 


9-5 


33 


28.0 


9.0 


33 


36.2 


9.0 


33 


41.4 


9.0 


33 


43- 1 


9.8 


33 


55.2 


9.6 


33 


58.1 


7.8 


34 


5-1 


9.2 


34 


17.0 


8.8 


34 


25.8 


9.8 


34 


35 


9-5 


35 


48.3 


9.1 


36 


0.3 


9.2 


36 


1.2 


8.8 


36 


7-2 


8.8 


36 


41-7 


8.8 


36 


46.2 


9-4 


37 


1S.4 


8.7 


37 


38.0 


9.0 


37 


50- 7 


9.0 


37 


51-2 


9.0 


37 


56.4 


9-4 


38 


8.6 


9-4 


38 


8.8 


8.6 


38 


16.0 


9.6 


38 


20.4 


8.9 


38 


27.2 


9.0 


38 


46.5 


9-4 


38 


54-3 


8.8 


39 


16 6 


7.8 


39 


21.0 


9.0 


39 


233 


9-4 


39 


SI. 8 



-23^ 



i 



8.0 

9.0 
6.9 

9.0 
9.2 



39 

39 
40 

40 

40 



52.5 
58.8 

13-3 
32.0 

41.2 



2.4 

38.4 
60.2 

33.4 
22.4 

55-7 
22.8 

-0.3 
53-8 
28.9 

5-2 

5.2 

2.2 

28.6 

45-3 

56.1 
52.2 
30.2 
1.8 
49.2 

33-9 
7-2 

37-2 
1.8 

15.8 

26.2 
II. 6 

53 -o 
36.2 

35-6 

36.8 

35 • I 
56.0 

'25-4 
30.1 

14.0 
51.0 

34-0 
41. 1 

50.4 

23.1 
42. 1 

53-3 
49.9 

31.0 



References. 
CB 

CBWm 
CGBWm 

CGWm 

GB 



B 



CGBWm 



CB 



CWm 

C 



C 

c 

CB 



CGWm 

B 
C 



CGB 

CBWm 



II. 8 CG 

47.0 I C 

42.0 I CBWui 

56.8 I 

311 I 



u 

B 

s 

55 



c 43 



51 
52 

53 
54 
55 

56 

57 
58 

59 
60 

61 
62 

63 



65 

66 
67 
68 
69 
70 

71 
72 
73 

74 

75 

76 

77 
78 

79 
80 

Si 

82 

83 
84 
85 

86 

87 
88 

89 
90 

91 
92 
93 
94 
95 

96 

97 
98 

99 
200 



9.2 

9-5 

9-3 
8.8 
9.9 

9.0 
9.0 
8.6 
8.6 
9.2 

9.4 

9-5 
8.8 



64 lio.o 



9.4 

8.4 

9-3 
9.2 

9.4 
9-3 

9.4 
9.8 

9-3 
9.0 

9.8 

9.6 

5.6 
90 
9.6 
9.2 

91 
9.6 

9.8 

9-5 
8.2 

9-4 
9.4 

9.2 



10. o 

8.7 
9.1 

9.2 

9.0 

9.0 
9.4 
9.6 
9.6 
9.2 



5* I —23' 



References. 



9-6 45 
9 4 : 45 



m. 

40 
40 
40 
40 

41 

41 
41 
41 
41 
42 

42 
42 
42 
42 
42 

43 
43 
43 
43 
43 

43 
43 
43 
43 
43 

43 

43 
44 
44 
44 

44 
44 
44 
45 
45 

45 
45 
45 



45 

45 
46 

46 

46 

46 

47 
47 
47 
47 



45.3 
46.7 

5I-I 
58.6 

1.3 

18.6 
24.1 
32.6 

54.8 
10.3 

II. 4 
256 
36.1 
38.2 
46.4 

cr.8 

6.7 
10. o 

11.2 
16.3 



17 

35 
37 
43 
44 



7 

2 

I 

4 
4 



46.6 

50-5 

234 
32.8 

38.8 

44.2 

50 -5 

57-7 
6.6 

9.4 



56.5 
57-6 
27.4 
29.6 
38.6 

46.4 

17-3 
19.8 

23.6 
254 



34-1 
20.8 
29.2 

3-4 
49-4 

193 
22.9 

57.2 
51.8 
52.8 

43-4 
49.0 

4.8 

51.6 

4-4 

51-9 
340 

5-3 
10.4 

40.9 

26.4 

45-4 
16.6 

56.1 

28.8 

32.9 
0.9 

16.8 

41.4 

16.3 

25.8 

40.9 
48.0 

27.8 



15.6 1 1. 6 

17-7 I 403 

17.9 I 30.6 

37-2 ! 59-2 

39.4 I 2.0 



51.2 

54-6 
18 6 

20.4 

28.0 

40.4 
29.4 
56.0 

34-2 
9.0 



C 
C 



cw 



m 



GB 



CGB 

C 

B 



DDRCHMUSTERUNG, — 23°. 



117 



mber. 


igni- . 
:ude- 




s» 


-23° 


References. 


• 

E 

mm 


agni- 
tude. 


5*-6* 


-23° 


References. 


1 3 


"^ 










3 


;^ 










w. 


X. 


f 






m, s. 


t 




120I 


9.4 


47 


30-9 


24.2 




1251 


9.2 


56 13-7 


42.0 




I202 


9.2 


47 


35 • 5 


16 2 




1252 


9.8 


56 19.8 


23-7 




1203 


8.9 


47 


54-3 


II. 8 


CB 


1253 


9.6 


56 24.9 


26.0 


1 

1 


1204 


9.2 


48 


10.5 


46.5 




1254 


9-3 


56 '33-5 


24.0 1 


1205 


10. 


48 


i6.6 


15.0 




1255 


8.7 


56 38.6 


50.6 CBWtWm 


1206 


9.2 


48 


26.4 


52.9 




1256 


9.4 


56 43-4 


44.2 




1207 


10. 


48 


31.0 


34.7 


' 


1257 


9-7 


5^' 45 


25-4 




1208 


9.8 


48 


42.2 


16.8 




1258 


9-4 


56 53 -o 


39-0 




1209 


8.2 


48 


55-2 


58.8 


Wm 


1259 


7-7 


.56 58.1 


12.9 


CGB 


I2IO 


9.9 


48 


55-4 


3-7 


1 


1260 


8.8 


57 12.9 


7.6 




I21I 


9.9 


49 


17.0 


1.6 




1261 


9.6 


57 22.3 


34-8 




I2I2 


9.9 


49 


17.2 


10.4 




1262 


9-7 


57 47-2 


0.8 




I213 


9.9 


49 


21.7 


27.0 




1263 


8.9 


57 504 


8.9 


CB 


I214 


9.7 


49 


22.2 


II. 2 




1264 


9.6 


.57 56.8 


28.5 




1^15 


92 


49 


40.0 


37-1 


1 


1265 


9-5 


58 3.6 


48.5 




1216 


9-4 


49 


42.2 


16.7 


1 


1266 


9.0 


58 4-4 


51.3 




1217 


8.8 


49 


42.8 


45-3 


CB 


1267 


9.6 


58 . 8.8 


32.6 




1218 9.0 


49 


56.4 


28.4 


B 


1268 


9.2 


58 35.1 


47-9 1 


I219 


9.6 


50 


II. 


-0.9 




1269 


^l 


58 41.4 


4.2 




1220 


9-3 


SO 


18.8 


22.0 




1270 


9.8 


58 51 '6 


4-7 




I22I 


8.8 


50 


23-5 


II. 6 




1271 ' 9-5 


58 56.6 


24.1 




' 1222 


9.1 


.?o 


25-9 


24-7 


CB 


1272 


9-4 


59 2.4 


18.5 




1223 


8.2 


50 


33 


15.2 


CG 


1273 


9.0 


59 4-0 


10.8 




1224 


9.6 


51 


15-9 


03 




1274 


8.8 


59 6.5 


46.9 




1225 


9.2 


51 


17.0 


46.7 


CB 


1275 


9.1 


59 20.5 


31.5 




1226 


9.6 


51 


35-8 


30.2 




1276 


8.6 


59 29.0 


24.5 




1227 


9-4 


52 


6.8 


1.6 




1277 


9 5 


59 35-2 


45-1 




1228 


9-3 


52 


7.8 


56.2 




1278 8.8 


17-3 


26.1 




1229 8.7 


52 


8.8 


49-4 


CBWm 


1279 9.0 


17.7 


56.0 




1230 


9.2 


52 


17.6 


13.6 




1280 


9.8 


22.3 


21.0 




I23I 


9.2 


52 


17.6 


10.9 




1281 


6.0 


30.0 


6.5 


GB 


1232 


9.2 


52 


18.0 


15.6 




1282 


•^9-3 


30.2 


56.3 




1233 


9.6 


52 


47.6 


I.I 




1283 


8.0 


37-7 


32.5 


WtWm 


1234 


9-4 


52 


52.6 


-0.4 


1 


1284 


8.8 


42.9 


17.9 




1235 


9.6 


53 


3.3 


55 -o 




1285 


8.1 


49-3 


5.2 


GB 


1236 


9.0 


53 


17.2 


2.6 




1286 


8.8 


I 8.0 


29.8 


CBWtWm 


1237 


9-4 


53 


18.2 


44.6 




1287 


9-4 


I 15.5 


47.2 




1238 


9.6 


53 


22.2 


30.0 




1288 


9-5 


I 20.2 


40.7 




1239 


9.6 


53 


29.6 


51.7 


1 


1289 


8.9 


I 39-4 


2.2 


• 


1240 


8.8 


SZ 


33-5 


43 -o 


BWm 


1290 


10. 


I 42.8 


46.4 




1 241 


9.9 


53 


51.6 


56.2 




1 291 


9-5 


I 50.8 


31.2 




1242 


9.6 


53 


59-4 


19.6 




1292 8.6 


I 56.4 


37-1 


CGBWt 


1243 


9.8 


54 


0.5 


26.4 




1293 ' 9.4 


2 10.6 


57-7 




1244 


9-5 


54 


21 .2 


21 .2 




1294 


9.6 


2 10.8 


4-3 




124s 


8.7 


54 


44-4 


55-6 


CG 


1295 


9-3 


2 20.0 


8.8 




1246 


9.2 


55 


1-4 


10. 


1 
B 


1296 


9-3 


2 22.5 


40.8 




1247 


8.6 


55 


8.0 


54- 1 


WiWm 


1297 


9.7 


2 35.8 


6.2 




1248 


9.0 


55 


10. 


45.0 




1298 


9.2 


2 37-9 


55-7 




1249 


8.8 


56 


2.5 


56.6 


c 


1299 


9-7 


2 39.0 


8.8 




1250 


9-3 


56 


7-2 


36.5 


, 


1300 ; 8.6 


2 48.6 


45-4 

1 . 


CBWtWm 



118 



nURCHMUSTERUNG, — 23^. 



E 



301 
302 

303 
304 
305 

306 

307 
308 

309 
310 

3" 
312 

313 
3H 
315 

316 

317 
3«8 

319 
320 

321 
322 
323 
324 
325 

326 

327 
328 

329 
330 

331 
332 
333 
334 
335 



341 
342 
343 
344 
345 

346 

347 
34S 

349 
350 



1 






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1 


w. 


s. 


8.7 


2 


51.4 


, 9-3 


2 


57-8 


U 


3 
3 


14.8 
24.6 


8.9 


3 


25.4 


9.9 


3 


28.6 


9.8 


3 


32.7 


8.9 


3 


37-5 


9 3 


3 


38.0 


9.0 


3 


43.8 



8.9 

9.0 

8.9 
9.2 
9.4 



9 
9 
9 



,8 

■5 

,2 

•5 



9-4 

8.7 

9-7 

9 3 
8.1 

9.6 

9-4 

9-3 
8.8 

8.8 

10. o 
9.6 

8.7 
8.6 
8.4 



336 ; 8.5 

337 , 9-2 

338 9-5 

339 ' 8.6 

340 I 9-3 



9-7 
9-3 
8.3 
6.8 

9.0 

I 

9-5 
9.6 

10. o 

8.4 

9.8 



3 
3 

4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 

5 
5 

5 
6 

6 

6 

6 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

7 
7 
7 
7 

7 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 



57-7 

57-7 
10.7 

13.5 
17. 1 

26.7 
29.7 

304 
37-4 
39-6 

44-9 
48.2 

56.7 
1.6 

31.6 

59-6 
3.2 

15.7 
29.4 

31.8 

37-6 

37.7 
42.6 

46.5 
50.6 

8.5 
10.6 

II. 6 

30.6 

33.8 

35-2 

37.0 
38-8 

47-2 
48.8 

9.0 
13.8 
21 .0 
34.8 
39-2 



— 23° References. 



23.8 
21.6 
6.0 
33.8 
50- 4 

6.2 

0.2 

17.9 

30.0 

43- 1 

II. o 

39-8 
4r.9 

45-2 

36.3 

16.6 
II. 4 

43-6 
9.8 

-0.3 

20.8 

39-6 
53-6 
48.6 

44-7 

30.2 
-0.4 

59-9 
26.2 

5.6 



4 
6 



13 

51 

34- 1 
21.4 

14-3 

57.7 

03 
23.6 

-0.8 I 
29-3 ' 

6.6 
44.8 
19.7 
49.8 
37 -o 

5-9 
40.2 

05 
42.0 

9.0 



CGWt 
CG 



B 



CB 



CGBWtWm 



CGWtWm 



CWtWm 



GB 

CGWtWm 
B 



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u 


1 


n 


s 6 


B 

s 


0*2 


z 


55 



6» 



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351 
352 
353 
354 
355 

356 

357 
358 

359 
360 

361 
362 

363 
364 
365 

366 

367 
368 

369 
370 

371 

372 

373 
374 
375 

376 

377 
378 

379 
380 

381 
382 

383 
384 
385 

386 

387 
388 

389 
390 

39^ 
392 
393 
394 
395 

396 

397 

39S 

399 
400 



9.1 
9.1 

8.7 
9.6 

9.0 

8.9 
9.2 

9-3 
9.2 

8.7 

8.4 
8.4 
9.0 
8.9 

8.1 

9.2 

8.5 
8.8 

8.8 

8.0 

8.8 
9.2 
8.0 
9.2 

8.5 

9.6 
9.1 
9.6 

9-5 
8.5 

9-3 
9.2 

8.8 

8.0 

9-4 

9.0 
9.6 

8.9 1 
9.0 ' 

9-7, 

9.6 

7.8 I 
8.7 I 

9-4 I 

9-4 

I 
7.0 

9.0 , 
9.7 , 

9.1 I 

9-4 I 



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8 
8 

9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
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9 

9 

9 
o 

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o 
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3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
4 
4 
4 



4 
4 
4 
4 



42.2 

51-4 
8.6 

20.7 

25.0 

26.8 
30.0 
50.2 

57-2 
57-2 

58.4 

58.5 
58.6 

28.2 

50.6 

53-4 
56.6 

58.3 
9.0 

13.6 

14.0 
28.7 
32.2 

45-1 
46.6 

52.8 

59-6 

1 .0 

12.8 

28.4 



17.4 
26.2 
29.4 

34- 1 
47.6 



— 23° References. 



9.8 

45.8 

3.9 
15.6 

24.4 

43-2 

12.5 
46.0 

28.3 

18.6 

17.0 

7-2 
41.6 

43.4 

2.1 

511 
5.6 
24.2 
20.5 
60.8 



2 31-6 23.3 

2 38.0 15.8 

3 0.0 i 19.1 

3 2.2 I 29.0 

3 8.1 , 49.3 



6.6 
18.6 
28.9 
46.1 

4-5 



I 



49-4 


23.2 


2.4 


2-3 


2.8 


44.2 


9.2 


29.8 


16.4 


42.9 1 



CWt 



54-2 

55-5 I 
30.2 I CG 

29.8 

12.2 

27.0 

6.6 
19.9 
21 .9 

7.6 



GBWiWm 



34-5 

35- 1 
39.6 

50 -5 
52.0 



34.7 
50.1 

7.0 

31.0 
8.4 



BG 

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GBWiWm 



DUBCHMTJ8TERUNG, — 23°. 



119 



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w. 


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IS 


2.4 


43-1 


1 


I4SI 


9.8 


19 


6.8 44.5 ; 




1402 


9.8 


15 


8.1 


• 31-4 i 


1452 


9.6 


19 


13.4 1 22.3 


1 




1403 


9.6 


15 


11.9 


1.3 




14S3 


9.8 


19 


18.3 


57-6 






1404 


9.6 


15 


16.6 


S8.i 




I4S4 


8.9 


19 


23.1 


8.0 






140S 


9-5 


»5 


26.0 


42.0 




1455 


8.9 


19 


26.1 


29.9 






1406 


9.8 


IS 


28.0 


14.0 




1456 


9.1 


19 


26.5 


14.9 






1407 


9.2 


IS 


34-6 


38.8 




1457 


8.4 


19 


34-4 


22.1 






1408 


8.8 


IS 


38.3 


1 36.9 




. 1458 


8.8 


19 


37-^ 


40.2 




! 1409 9-2 


15 


42.5 


29.8 




1 I4S9 


8.7 


19 


38.2 


16.4 






1410 0.6 


IS 


48.0 


30.6 




1460 


9.0 


19 


43-4 


49-3 






1411 ; 8.2 


IS 


48.4 


4.6 




1461 


9.1 


19 


54.8 


3.4 






1412 1 8.5 


IS 


S7.2 


21.0 




1462 


10. 


19 


57-7 ' S4 6 






1413 


9.0 


IS 


S7-2 


52.2 




1463 


S-1 


20 


I.O 


1-7 






1414 


8.3 


16 


6.2 


II. 6 




1464 


8.8 


20 


6.4 


7.6 






HIS 


10. 


16 


10.5 


50.6 




146s 


8.7 


20 


II. 


47.0 


Wm 




1416 


8.8 


16 


l8.2 


1 

37 


1466 


9.1 


20 


35-3 


II. 6 




: HI7 


9.6 


16 


20.6 


48.6 . 


1467 


9.2 


20 


36.6 


14. 1 






1418 


7.2 


16 


22.8 


30.8 i CGBWtWm 


146S 


9.1 ! 20 


39-7 


48.6 






1419 


10. 


16 


26.0 


■ 47.1 




1469 : 9.6 


20 


41-7 


56.7 






1420 


9.1 


16 


43-6 


60.8 




1470 


8.8 


20 


44.8 


13-4 






1 
1421 9.0 


16 


43.8 


39-2 


CG 


1471 


8.6 


20 


46.9 


1 
10. 1 






1422 


91 


16 


49-9 


24.4 




1472 


9.0 


20 


50.8 


S6.4 


, 




1423 


9.0 


16 


So-7 


S7.6 


• 


1473 


9.2 


20 


54-1 


II. 2 




1424 


9.1 


i6 


52.0 


4-1 




1474 


9-7 


20 


55-1 


14.4 




H25 


8.8 


i6 


S4.3 


46.3 




147s 


9.S 


21 


0.4 


52.7 






1426 


9-4 


16 


56.8 


33-4 




1476 


9-3 


21 


3S i 17-8 


. 




1427 


9.6 


17 


12.3 


42.9 




1477 


9-S 21 


7-7 47.9 




' 1428 


9.0 


17 


13.6 


13.0 




1478 


8.8 21 


II. 2 


S9-4 


Wt 


i M29 


9-7 


17 


2S-9 


39-0 




1479 


9.0 


21 


13-2 


S8.7 






1430 


9-5 


17 


26. 8 


24.8 




1480 


9.6 


21 


18.5 


9.8 






1431 , 8.5 


17 


31-4 


39-8 




14S1 


9.2 


21 


19.7 


18.4 


1 


I 1432 


7.8 


17 


39-6 


7.0 


CB 


1482 


8.4 21 


20.4 


24.1 


1 


1433 


8.8 


17 


39-8 


8.6 


CB 


1483 1 9.2 


21 


33-7 


19.4 




H34 


9-i 


17 


40.7 


29.1 




1484 , 7-9 


21 


43-4 


42.4 


CWtWin 


1 1435 

1 


9.8 

1 


17 


44-4 


38.5 




1485 9.2 


21 


SO-7 


39-2 


1 


H36 1 9-4 


17 


S5-2 


3S-9 




i486 9.2 


22 


26.8 


26.1 


1437 1 9-2 


17 


SS-8 


314 




1487 


9-7 


22 


33-3 


18.8 


1 

1 


1438 


9-5 


18 


10.2 , 


20.4 




1488 


9-5 ! 


22 


33.8 


30.2 






1439 


9.8 


18 


14.9 


49.0 




1489 


8.6 


22 


ss.s 


27-S 






1440 


9.8 

1 


18 


21.4 


58.0 




1490 


8.5 


22 


59-9 9-5 






1441 


8.4 i 


18 


22.3 


18. 5 




1491 


8.9 


23 


7-9 


53.6 


CBWtW,,, 




1442 


9-4 1 


18 


27.0 ' 


48. 


G 


1492 


9.4 


23 


17.3 


43-1 


^^B ^^1^ ^b ^ ^ ^ ^m ^m 1 




1443 9.6 


18 


34-4 


49.0 




1493 


8.S 23 


2S.3 


53.0 


CBWtWm 




1444 8.9 


18 


35.3 


42.0 




1494 


9-3 23 


33-3 ; II -4 






1445 . 8-8 


18 


41-5 


0.0 




1495 9.8 1 23 


46.1 


50.7 


1 




1446 : 9-3 . 


18 


51.8 


23.8 




1496 9.0 23 


SI. 3 


1-3 


1 




1447 : 9.0 


18 


51.8 


14-3 




1497 


9-7 


23 


57.6 


I.I 






1448 1 9-5 


18 


58.2 


23.8 




1498 


8.8 - 24 


1.0 


16. 1 






1449 8.6 


19 


6.2 


10.8 


' 


1499 


9-4 


24 


12.5 


4.8 






1450 

1 


9.6 

1 


19 


6.4 


19.8 




1500 


9.0 


24 


15.2 


11.9 1 

1 



120 



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501 
502 

503 
504 
505 

506 

507 
508 

509 
510 

5" 
512 

513 
514 
515 

516 

517 
518 

519 
520 

521 

522 

523 
524 
525 

526 

527 
528 

529 
530 

531 
532 

533 

534 
535 

536 

537 
538 

539 
540 

541 
542 

543 
544 

545 

546 

547 
548 

549 
550 



9.6 
8.9 
9.4 
9.8 
8.7 

9-3 
8.8 

9.8 

8.9 

9.2 

9-3 

8.8 
9.2 

9-3 
9.8 

9-5 
8.7 
8.8 
9.0 
9.2 

4.4 
9,0 
9.8 

8.7 
8.8 

9.0 
8.6 

8.7 
9.1 

9-3 

9.2 
8.2 

9-7 

8.4 

9-5 

9 I 
9.2 

9-5 

9.1 

9.2 

8.9 
9.S 
9.2 
8.2 
9.1 

9.4 
10. o 
9.4 
9.8 
8.9 



»«. 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 

24 

25 
25 
25 
25 

25 
25 
25 
25 
25 

25 
25 
25 

25 
25 

25 
26 

26 

26 

26 

26 
26 
26 
26 
26 

26 

27 
27 
27 
27 

27 

27 
28 

28 

28 

28 
28 
28 
28 
29 



35-6 
370 
40.5 



48.8 
24.2 
40.2 



14.9 
22.1 

23-7 
24.8 

31-5 

32.6 

37-3 

45.0 
47.0 

49.0 

49.0 
12.8 
13-4 

15-2 

233 

26.6 

305 
33-6 
42.2 

485 

56.8 
15.2 
21 .9 

31-4 
47-3 

58.3 
59-8 
II. I 

"•5 
20.4 

21 .4 
26.2 
31.6 
49.2 

II-3 



8.7 
17.2 

31.6 

31-4 
23.0 

5I-I 
35-2 

53-4 
9.0 

15.0 

19.4 
19.6 

9-7 

13-4 

27,1 

21.8 
6.4 

31-9 
20.8 

26.9 

27.7 

38.5 
19.4 

0.4 

19.6 

45-8 

38.3 
19.2 

II. 2 

41 .1 

45-6 
10.2 

2.7 
23.1 

40. 8 



29 


16.1 


50.4 


29 


18.7 


13.8 


29 


23.0 


22.4 


29 


32.7 


46.4 


29 


47-7 


15.2 



46.0 


39-0 


49-5 


31.0 


54 


5-0 


0.1 


16.8 


2.8 


390 


10.4 


46.3 


14. 1 


0.0 



WiWm 



WiWoi 
CWm 



GB 



B 



BWiWm 



GBWtWni 

B 



CWtWm 
CWn, 



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551 

552 

553 
554 
555 



C a3 

tUD'O 

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9-7 
9.0 

9-5 
S.o 

92 



556 ; 8.4 

557 9-1 

558 I 9-0 

559 ' 9-1 

560 8.4 



561 
562 

563 
564 
565 



9.2 

9.3 

8.8 

8.5 
9.0 



566 9. 1 

567 , 9-9 

568 1 9.2 

569 I 8.9 

570 ' 9-4 



576 

577 
578 

579 

580 

581 
582 

5S3 
584 
5S5 

«;S6 

587 
588 

589 
590 

591 
592 
593 
594 
595 

596 

597 

598 

599 
600 



9-3 
9.6 

9-3 
8.9 

7-2 

9.0 
9.4 
9.6 
9.0 
10. o 

9-5 
9.4 

9-5 

8.3 
9.2 

9.1 
9.6 
9.4 
6.9 
9.1 

9-5 
8.4 

8.5 
8.8 

8.6 



571 


8.8 


572 


9-7 


573- 


8.9 


574 


9-4 


575 


8.7 





6* 


«/. 


*. 


29 


53.2 


29 


57-9 


30 


I.O 


30 


5 I 


30 


6.2 



23° References. 



30 
30 
30 

30 
30 

30 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
32 

32 
32 
32 
32 
32 

32 
32 
32 
32 
32 

32 
32 
32 
33 
33 

33 
33 
33 
33 
33 

33 
33 
33 
34 
34 



13-8 
17.6 
38.0 

43-3 
54-5 

58.9 
10.0 

"•5 
17.6 

17.8 

29.8 

33-^ 
34.4 
39 o 
39-9 

40.8 
45-6 

50 4 

54-5 
5.6 

6.4 

7-1 
8.2 

16.4 

20.0 



20.0*1 



48.0 
-0.4 
50.0 

59-9 
26.4 

13.0 
17.0 
12.0 
11.6 
19.2 

6.4 
42.4 
II. 7 
14. 1 
33-6 

46.3 
3-2 

57-3 
27.8 

49-9 

0.9 

25 -3 

-0-5 

37-7 
32.0 

1-4 
57.8 
26.3 
14.0 
25.2 

24.6 



1S.5 
20.8 
21.8 

34 7 
38.6 

52.3 

53-4 

57-9 

3.8 

4-9 



37-3 
48.6 

45 o 
34-7 
49-3 

54-6 
34-7 
3I-I 
245 
43.5 



21.0 


10. 


21.4 


35-6 


29.4 


58.4 


48.5 


24-3 


51-2 


56.0 


55-8 


46.4 1 


56.2 


17.3 


II .9 


3-7 


16.2 


.^i.«j 



GBWtWm 



B 
B 



CBWiWm 



I 



CGBWiWm 

C 



CB 



CWt 



CGBWtWm 



CGBWiWm 
CB 



CW 



m 



DUBCHM08TERUNG, — 23°. 



121 





mber. 


igni- 
ude. 




6* 


-23° 


References. 


imber. 


«2 




6* 


-23^ 


References. 


■ 


s 


— ♦J 












9:5 










1601 


9.4 


34 


J. 
10.2 


48.4 




1651 


38 


25.2 


37-7 




i6o2 


8.8 


34 


II. 2 


31.8 




1652 


8.8 


38 


36.4 


56.7 


C 


1603 


8.5 


34 


16.9 


10.9 


GB 


1653 


9-3 


38 


39-1 


44.4 




1604 


8.8 


34 


17-4 


42.4 


C 


1654 


2'^ 


38 


47-3 


56.3 


C 


1605 


8.7 


34 


27.5 


4.0 




1655 


8.3 


38 


505 


43-5 


GBWtWm 


1606 


9.3 


34 


28.4 


22.1 




1656 


9.6 


39 


6.1 


^l^ 




1607 


9.6 


34 


35.4 


55-8 


1657 


7.0 


39 


20.5 


18.6 


CGB 


1608 


9.1 


34 


38.4 


8.4 B 


1658 


9.4 


39 


23-3 


;3-4 




1609 


9-4 


34 


46.8 


390 


1659 


9.1 


39 


27.7 


4-2 




I6IO 


9.0 


34 


48.2 


21.4 




1660 


8.3 


39 


27.8 


26.4 


CG 


161 1 


9.2 


34 


52.6 


54-2 




i66i 

1 — — 


1 0.0 


39 


40.8 


25-4 




I6I2 


9.0 


34 


57-2 


21.6 




! 1662 

I 


9-5 


39 


43-4 


34-4 




I6I3 


9.5 


35 


25-4 


37.8 




' 1663 


8.6 


39 


49-3 


18.6 


CB 


I6I4 


9.2 


35 


28. 2 


25-4 




i 1664 


9.6 


39 


50.6 


43-3 




I6I5 


9-4 


35 


42.2 


29.4 




1665 


9.1 


39 


54-6 


53-9 




1 I6I6 


9.2 


35 


46.6 


40.9 




1666 


8.9 


39 


56.0 


6.7 


GB 


' I6I7 


9.0 


35 


58.3 


26.1 




1667 


8.2 


40 


22.4 


0.0 


GB 


1618 


9.2 


36 


3 6 


5-2 




1668 


10. 


40 


30- 4 


24.8 




I6I9 


8.8 


36 


23.0 


50.5 1 WtW,„ 


1669 


8.4 


40 


36.9 


59-6 


GBWtWm 


1620 


7-5 


36 


234 


5-4 


GB 


1670 

1 


9-4 


40 


59-2 


51-2 




I62I 


8.0 


36 


27-3 


13. 1 j GB 


1671 


9.6 


41 


16.6 


14.0 




1622 


8.8 


36 


32.5 


39-8 


. 


1672 


9-7 


41 


20.5 


12.0 




1623 


9.4 


36 


39-7 


40.4 




1673 


9-4 


41 


21. 1 


50.8 




1 1624 


9.8 


36 


47.6 


14.0 




1674 


8.6 


41 


33-1 


42.1 


CWtWm 


1625 


9.1 


36 


52.0 


42.2 


Wm 


1675 


8.7 


41 


34-4 


•55.7 


CGWtWm 


1626 


9.8 


36 


55-1 


6.0 




1676 


9.6 


41 


34.8 


20.8 






1627 


8.8 


36 


58.3 


151 


B 


1677 


9.1 


41 


52.0 


4-3 






1628 


9.2 


36 


59-4 


36.2 




i 1678 


8.9 


42 


0.0 


19.8 


C 




1629 


9-5 


37 


0.6 


40.0 




1679 


9.6 


42 


3-2 


52.6 






1630 


9-4 


37 


3-3 


35-1 




1680 


9.4 


42 


5-7 


3-2 






163 1 


9-4 


37 


6.6 


14-5 




* 1681 


9.4 


42 


8.6 


30.8 






1632 


9-4 


37 


12.0 


42.4 i 


1682 


9.6 


42 


9.1 


6.6 






1633 


9-3 


37 


30.0 


54-8 




1683 


9.6 


42 


18.3 


35.7 






1634 


9.6 


37 


38.2 


46.8 




16S4 


9.1 


42 


21. 8 


23-1 


1 




163s 


9.6 


37 


40-5 


4-4 




1685 


9.7 


42 


23.0 


38.7 






1636 


8.4 


37 


42.3 


38.3 


BWiWm 


i 1686 


9-4 


42 


24.8 


18.5 






1637 


9.4 


37 


45 -o 


3.8 




: 1687 


9-4 


42 


31.2 


39-4 






1638 


9-3 


37 


45-5 


57-7 




1688 


9.8 


42 


38.2 


15-2 






1639 


9.2 


37 


52.3 


50 




1689 


9.4 


42 


40.8 


9-3 




1640 

1 


9-5 


37 


53-4 


58.2 




1690 


7.8 


42 


44.6 


30 


CG 1 

1 


■ 


164 1 


8.3 


38 


4.0 


16.8 


B 


1691 


9.4 


42 


53-6 


51-3 






1642 


9-3 


3S 


4-4 


40.2 




; 1692 


9.8 


42 


53-6 


49-3 


1 


! 1643 


9-4 


38 


6.7 


43.8 




1693 


9.6 


43 


9.6 


45 -o 






1644 


8.6 


38 


10.8 


13.6 


CB 


1694 


9-5 


43 


14.0 


9.2 


1 




1645 


9-5 


38 


11.4 


37-3 




1695 


9.8 


43 


21.8 


23-7 




1646 


9.2 


38 


12.8 


13-8 




1 1696 


8.5 


43 


24-5 


17.2 


1 


1647 


9.0 


38 


15.6 


41-3 




' 1697 


9.2 


43 


31.0 


9.8 




1648 1 


9.6 


38 


16.3 


28.8 




1698 


9-3 


43 


34-3 


45-6 




1649 


8.4 


38 


19.6 


2.8 


CGB 


1699 


9.1 


43 


34.7 


8.0 




1650 


9-5 


38 


24.2 


4-5 




, 1700 


9.2 


43 


36.2 


50 


1 



122 



DURCHMU8TERUNG, — 23**. 



741 
742 
743 
744 
745 

746 

747 
748 
749 
750 



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9 
9 

9 

8 



9 

8 

9 

9 

8 



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3 
I 

3 
9 

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7 

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8 



• 

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• i 


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ign 
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3 


CO 4^ 


:z: 


^ 


701 


8.5 


702 


9-7 


703 


6.7 


704 


9.4 


705 


9-4 


706 


9-5 


707 


9.6 


708 


2*^ 


709 


8.4 


710 


9-5 


711 


9-4 


712 


9.6 


713 


8.3 


714 


?A 


715 


8.8 


716 


9-7 


717 


8.4 


718 


9-3 


719 


9-7 


720 


9-3 


721 


9.7. 


722 


9.0 


723 


9-3 


724 


10.3 


725 


9.2 


726 


9-4 


727 


9-3 


728 


9.1 


729 


9-4 


730 


9.7 


731 


9.6 


732 


10. 


733 


9.1 


734 


8.8 


735 


9-5 


736 


9-7 


737 


9-3 


738 


9-3 


739 


9.0 


740 


9.0 



6* 


-23° 


1 

! 

References. ' 


■ 

B 

3 


Magni- 
tude. 




6* 


-33° 


4 

References. 


m. s. 


t 


. 






m. 


J. 


/ 




43 37-8 


59-2 


CGBWtWm 


1751 


8.9 


47 


17.2 


25-9 


- 1 


43 38.6 


2.0 




1752 


8.5 


47 


25-3 


56.4 


B 


43 42.9 


54-6 


CGBWiWm 


1753 


9-4 


47 


32.7 


49.0 


1 


43 47-2 


26.7 




1754 


9-4 


47 


40.4 


25-4 




43 52.8 


17-4 


1 


1755 


9-4 


47 


40.6 


42.1 




44 I4-0 


26.2 


1 


1756 


9.2 


47 


42.6 


19-5 




44 I5-0 


47-4 




1757 


9.6 


47 


44 


39 


1 


44 23.2 


40.7 




1758 


9-5 


47 


46.4 


19.0 


1 


44 29.8 


29.7 


CBWiWm 


1759 


9.6 


47 


57-4 


32.0 




44 51-2 


25-7 




1760 


9.2 


48 


2-3 


7.8 


1 


45 14-2 


42.7 




1761 


8.2 


48 


12.0 


45.2 


GWtWm 


45 17-6 


57-9 




1762 


9.6 


48 


13-3 


0.2 




45 21.6 


26.6 


CGBWiWm 


1763 


9.0 


48 


19.0 


26.0 




45 25.6 


31-4 


1 


1764 


9.2 


48 


21.6 


38.0 


1 


45 28.0 


23.8 


1 


1765 


9.2 


48 


27.2 


10. 




45 28.5 


39.8 




1766 


9-4 


48 


29.0 


540 




45 38.5 


37-6 


CBWtWm 


1767 


9.2 


48 


29.6 


27.8 


1 


45 39-6 


26.6 


' 


1768 


9-4 


48 


39-1 


45-5 




45 41-2 


41.8 


1 


1769 


9.0 


48 


39-6 


1.2 


B 


45 440 


16.3 




1770 


8.9 


48 


42.3 


23-5 


1 


45 45 -o 


44.8 


1 


1771 


9-5 


48 


48.6 


20.2 




45 47-2 


48.9 


c 


1772 


9.0 


48 


51-5 


24.8 




45 49-7 


40.2 


' 


1773 


9-4 


48 


53.2 


20.4 


1 
1 


45 56.1 


274 




1774 


9-4 


48 


56.3 


20.2 


• 


45 56.2 


9.1 


1 


1775 


9-7 


49 


II. 


53-2 




45 57 -o 


47.2 




1776 


8.7 


49 


13.9 


21.5 




46 15.0 


-0.4 




1777 


9-4 


49 


18.0 


28.0 




46 18.3 


18.0 




1778 


9.6 


49 


29.8 


-r.o 


1 


46 18.8 


46.8 


1 


1779 


9.4 


49 


45-4 


47.1 




46 25.0 


39-4 


1 


1780 


9-3 


49 


45-6 


33.8 


I 


46 27.0 


22.2 


1 


1781 


9.6 


49 


49-5 


40.8 


1 


46 28. I 


32.9 


1 


1782 


9.2 


49 


50.5 


28.1 


1 


46 29.0 


58.1 


1 


1783 


9-3 


49 


50.8 


7? 


1 


46 31.9 


27.7 


B 


1784 


9-5 


49 


56.2 


24.6 


1 


46 35-4 


20.6 




1785 


9.1 


49 


56.8 


50-9 




46 39.0 


46.8 


1 


1786 


9-4 


50 


1.2 


58.6 


\ 


46 42.9 


3.8 


1 


1787 


9.2 


50 


4.0 


35-6 


! 


46 46.1 


9.0 




1788 


9-3 


50 


5-0 


44.2 


C 


46 49.5 


35-8 


' 


1789 


9.2 


50 


8.7 


49.0 




46 52.6 


42.1 


CB 


1790 


9-4 


50 


12.1 


31.0 




46 55.5 


35-2 


1 


1791 


9.5 


50 


15.8 


13.4 


1 


46 56.1 


51-5 


1 


1792 


9-5 


50 


18.2 


47.0 


1 


47 0.1 


48.3 


C 


1793 


9-4 


50 


26.4 


21.8 




47 0-5 


16.4 


1 


1794 


9-3 


50 


28.6 


19.6 




47 2.6 


6.3 


C 1 


1795 


8.9 


50 


29.6 


5.8 


1 


47 9-4 


18.5 


1 


1796 


9.0 


50 


44.0 


47.2 


CWt 


47 12.8 


60.0 


CBWm 


1797 


9.1 


50 


45-6 


5.4 




47 13-4 


17-4 




1798 


8.0 


50 


59-8 


33-4 


WtWm 


47 13-8 


58.7 


BW.Wm 1 


1799 


8.4 


51 


0.4 


35-5 


WtWm 


47 15.8 


35-5 




1800 


9.0 


51 


1.6 


30-4 


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123 



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1809 


8. 


1810 


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9- 


1813 


9- 


1814 


9- 


1815 


9- 


1816 


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1817 


9- 


1818 


9- 


1819 


9- 


1820 


9. 


182 1 


9- 


1822 


9- 


1823 


9- 


1824 


7- 


1825 


9- 


1826 


9- 


1827 


9- 


1828 


9- 


1829 


9- 


1830 


9- 


1831 


9- 


1832 


9- 


1833 


9- 


i834 


9- 


1835 


9- 


1836 


9- 


1837 


9- 


1838 


9- 


1839 


9- 


1840 


9- 


1841 


9- 


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9- 


1844 


9- 


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References. 



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3 



52 

52 

5* 
52 
52 



52 47-6 

52 52.5 

52 56.6 

53 1-2 
53 9-4 

53 ".7 

53 H-i 

53 17-6 

53 18.8 

53 25.1 



53 
53 
53 
53 
53 

53 

53 
54 
54 
54 

54 
54 
54 
54 
54 



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37-5 

44-4 

44-4 
46.8 



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26.4 

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48.6 
13.0 

23.2 

58.3 
21.9 

42.5 
10.6 



50.2 


44.0 


54.8 


45-4 


1-3 


40-5 


8.8 


59-2 


15.9 


7.6 


17-5 


39-9 



c 

CWtWm 



22.6 
26.1 

33-2 

36.8 



6.2 

8.9 

39-2 
II. 6 



CW 



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1852 


9- 


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1855 


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1858 


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1859 


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1866 


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1867 


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1868 


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1870 


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1872 


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1873 


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9- 


1876 


9- 


1877 


9- 


1878 


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1879 


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1880 


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1883 




1884 


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1885 


9- 


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9- 


1887 


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1888 


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1889 


8. 


1890 


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9- 


1893 


9- 


1894 


9- 


1895 


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3 
,6 

5 
5 



55 43-1 

55 49 -o 

55 55.1 
.S6 4-7 

56 18.4 



56 

56 
56 
56 
56 

56 
56 
56 
56 
56 

56 

57 
57 
57 
57 

57 
57 
57 
57 
57 

57 

57 
57 
57 
58 

58 
58 

ss 

58 
58 



19.8 

27.5 
35-6 
36.6 
42.4 

42.9 
45-6 

47-1 
47.6 

47.8 

58.5 
2.8 

12.4 

19-5 
22.0 

23.8 

23-9 
2';. 6 

38.7 
41.6 

44.8 

51-4 
54-4 

57.7 
1-5 

7.0 

8.1 

17.2 

19.8 

25.8 



15.8 
6.8 
22.6 
17.8 
22.8 

52.6 

5-2 
14.4 

il.2 

54-4 



CGBWm 
CWm 



CGB 



COB 



CB 



21 

15 

27 

54 
12 



■5 

•4 
.2 

4 
9 



36,8 CGBWtWm 
33-2 



33-2 
26.6 
II. 9 

22.7 
21.7 

H-5 
37-9 
58.2 

53-3 
12.9 

53-6 

1.4 

46.9 

0.8 

1-4 
21.8 

59-7 
29.2 



CG 



B 



CB 
C 



124 



DURCHMUSTERUNG, — 23*. 



u 

B 

s 



[901 
[902 

903 
[904 

1905 

[906 
1907 
[908 
[909 
[910 I 

[911 
[912 

[913 
[914 

^915 

[916 
[917 
[918 
[919 
[920 

[921 
[922 

^9^3 
[924 

^925 

[926 
[927 
[928 
[929 
[930 

E931 
^932 

t933 
^934 
C935 

^936 
1937 
^938 

^939 
940 

941 
[942 

^943 
[944 

1945 

[946 

^947 
[948 

[949 
^950 



C 0) 



6*— 7* 



9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9- 

9 

9 
8 

9 
9 

9 

9 

9 
8. 

7 

9 

9 

9 
6 

8 

9- 

9 

8. 

9 
8 

8. 
8. 

9 
8 



6 
2 
I 

4 

4 

3 
2 

4 

5 

.6 
8 

5 
2 



4 

7 
6 

4 
4 

I 
2 

9 

5 
4 



4 
6 

3 
.0 

4 

3 
I 

o 



8 

7 
9 
9 
9 

9- 

9 

9- 
8, 

8. 

9 
9 

9 

8. 

9 



8 

■7 

4 

2 

4 



5 

4 
8 



4 
8 

9 

2 



58 
58 
58 
58 
58 

58 

58 
59 
59 
59 



59 

59 

59 
o 

o 



I 

2 
2 
2 

2 

2 

2 
2 
2 

3 

3 
3 
3 
3 

4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
5 
5 
5 



32. 8 
33-2 

34-9 
40.8 

50.8 

56.6 

59-7 
0.8 
7.0 

14.6 



59 27.9 



33-6 
52.8 
58.0 
3-2 
17.8 



o 23.8 

o 43-3 

48.6 

1 18.8 
I 25.3 



30.2 

03 
9.0 

20.0 

24.0 

38.9 

41-3 
41.4 

46.5 
20.0 

28.1 
40.2 
42.2 
49.9 
26.2 

34-6 

35-5 
36.3 
37-2 

52.7 

55-4 

55-8 

7.0 

8.1 
10. o 



— 23° I References. 



7.9 

193 
30.1 

34.5 
22.4 

16.7 

19-3 
43.8 

38.7 
33-4 



59 21.2 34.2 

59 22.8 ' 48.4 

59 25.6 I -O.I 

59 27.0 ; 27.6 



39-7 

25.2 

55-3 
47. 8 

8.5 
13-4 



C 
CG 



19.2 
0.0 

37!8 , CGBWtWm 
45.2 I COB 



12.4 

8.4 
12.8 

38.5 
51-1 

29.7 

34-5 

37-5 
49.4 

50 

58.3 

43-4 
29.6 

46.8 

44.6 

14.2 

59-6 
49.8 

1-5 
508 

8.8 
46.0 
14.7 
17.6 

38.4 



CB 
CGBWtWm 

B 
GB 

CGBWtWm 
CGBWtWm 



CB 



s 



951 
952 
953 
954 
955 

956 

957 
958 

959 
960 

961 
962 

963 
964 

965 



S it 



7* 



971 
972 

973 
974 
975 

976 

977 
978 

979 
980 

981 
982 

983 
984 

985 

986 

987 
9S8 

989 
990 

991 
992 
993 
994 
995 

996 

997 
99S 

999 
2000 



^7 
8.4 

9.1 

9.6 

8.9 

9.0 

9-7 
8.8 

9.2 

9.0 

9.1 

9-3 
9.1 

9-7 
9.8 



966 ' 9..0 

967 I 7.8 
96S I 9.2 

969 ! 8.6 

970 9.8 



9.2 

9-7 

8.9 

7.7 
9.8 

9.0 
9.2 
8.6 

7.4 
9.6 

9-5 
8.9 

8.9 

9.6 

8.6 

8.2 
8.8 
9.8 

9 5 
8.9 

6.6 
9.0 
9.2 

8.8 

5-0 

8.8 

7.8 
6.7 

8.7 

8.5 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 

5 

5 

5 
6 



6 

7 
7 
7 
7 

7 

7 

7 

7 
8 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 

8 
8 

9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 
10 

10 

10 



25 
29 
31 ' 
34- 



9 

4 

2 

4 



46.6 

49.0 
52.1 
55 -o 
58.3 
4-5 



6 ro.o 

6 17.2 

6 26.8 

6 27.3 

6 39.8 



56.5 
1.4 

14.2 

14.8 

30.2 

48.8 
512 

52.7 

57-7 
II. I 

17.6 
19.6 
36.0 

36.9 
39-6 

44.6 

59-6 

3.8 

14.8 

15-5 

27.6 

28.5 
29.2 

32.7 
39-4 



42. 

59- 
II . 

25- 
30 < 



2 

4 
9 
9 
9 



10 31.2 

10 315 

10 33-5 

10 36.3 

10 45.4 



— 23° I References. 



26.3 
44.1 
52.6 
9.2 
35.8 

25-7 
38.8 

5-7 

3-1 
8.2 

34-5 
28.6 

37.7 
4.0 

44.9 

37.7 
58.6 

1.7 
57-2 
42.4 

10.6 
19.6 
52.0 
26.9 
37 -o 

42.0 
12.6 
42.6 
14.2 
0.7 

46.9 
56.8 
16.9 
48.0 

35-4 

27.9 
14.2 
48.0 
19.2 
48.0 

30.1 

53-9 
49.1 

46.1 
3-3 

45.8 

35-4 
2.8 

45 -o 
50.8 



C 
BWt 



CB 



CGB 
B 



B 

GWiWra 
CWtWm 



CGBWt 



CB 
CGB 



CGB 

C 

CGBWtWm 



CGBWtWm 



B 
CG 



CGBWtWm 

CG 

CB 

CBWt 













DUROHMUSTEBTJNG, 


23". 






125 


1 

• 

B 

3 


agni- 
lude. 


1 


7* 


-23° 


References. 


umber. 


«2 




7* 


-23° 


References. 


■ ;zj 


i:§ 










*A 


S 










1 




w. 


s. 


, 








w. 


f. 


/ 




icoi 


8.6 


10 


Sl^o 


S9-6 




2051 


9-7 


16 


32.4 


30-7 


1 


1 2002 


8.9 


II 


3-4 


7.6 




2052 


9-3 


16 


33-8 


132 




; 2003 


9.0 


II 


4.0 


41-7 




2053 


9-4 


16 


34.4 


12.2 




2004 


9-4 


II 


H-7 


59-3 


C 


2054 


9-4 


16 


36.1 


28.8 




2005 


9.0 


II 


29.6 


7.8 




2055 


8.8 


16 


37-6 


34-4 




2006 


9-4 


II 


36.4 


10. 




2056 


8.6 


16 


39- 1 


17.0 




2007 


9-4 


12 


10.8 


38.0 




2057 


9-4 


16 


39-6 


48.2 


1 


2008 


8.0 


12 


21.6 


18.2 


C 


2058 


9-3 


16 


43-7 


58.5 




2009 


9.1 


12 


27.9 


31.2 




2059 


8.4 


16 


46.6 


20.6 




2010 


9-5 


12 


390 


31-4 




2060 


9.0 


16 


50.6 


21.6 




201 1 


9.0 


12 


47-1 


56.2 


B 


2061 


8.9 


16 


54-2 


14.6 




2012 


8.1 


12 


53 


32.5 


WtWm 


2062 


9-S 


16 


54.8 


37-7 




2013 


9.8 


^3 


0.6 


28.4 




2063 


9.8 


16 


S9-8 


38.41 


2014 


9-5 


13 


12.8 


9.9 




2064 


9.8 


17 


30 


29.2 


^^ 


2015 


9.4 


13 


i6.o 


29.0 




2065 


9.0 


17 


3-5 


44.8 


c 


2016 


9.6 


13 


i8.8 


17.8 




2066 


9.1 


17 


4.8 


26.8 




2017 


9.6 


13 


22.2 


23.0 




2067 


9-7 


17 


5-1 


54-7 




2018 


8.6 


13 


33-2 


45-6 


C 


206S 


8.8 


17 


10.6 


S3-2 


CBWt 


2019 


9.8 


13 


33.8 


38.0 




2069 


10. 


17 


12.2 


33- 1 




2020 


9-5 


13 


39-4 


26.8 




2070 


9.8 


17 


13-4 


20.2 




202 T 


8.6 


13 


47.2 


48.2 


CWt 


2071 


9-9 


17 


17.0 


31-2 




2022 


8.8 


13 


49-4 


9.8 




2072 


8.6 


17 


20.5 


40.3 


CBWtWm 


2023 


9-5 


13 


S6.4 


16.9 




, 2073 


9.6 


17 


21.2 


13.7 




2024 


8.8 


14 


0.6 


48.8 


CWt 


2074 


9S 


17 


26.8 


14.7 




2025 


9.1 


14 


10.5 


31.0 




2075 


10. 


17 


29.4 


45-4 


1 


2026 


9.2 


14 


32.7 


28.4 




' 2076 


9.2 


17 


30.8 


23. 8^ 


1 

1 

1 


2027 


8.6 


H 


44.8 


58.6 


C 


' 2077 


9.9 


17 


34.8 


45.8 


' 


2028 


8.8 


H 


56.2 


18.8 




2078 


9-5 


17 


366 


15-2 


■ 


2029 


9.6 


14 


59-8 


-0.4 





2079 


9.4 


17 


386 


7.7 




2030 


9.3 


15 


0.2 


29.9 




2080 


9.0 


17 


40 4 


S-2 




2031 


8.3 


15 


6.3 


19.8 


C 


2081 


9-3 


17 


42.2 


22.0 




2032 


9.6 


15 


9.2 


IU2 




2082 


9.1 


17 


43-4 


31.6 




2033 


9-5 


15 


14.8 


27.7 




2083 


9-3 


17 


47.2 


45.2 




2034 


9.6 


15 


18.0 


7-2 




2084 


9.1 


17 


47.8 


1.2 




2035 


9.1 


IS 


25.0 


10.4 




2085 


8.7 


17 


48.1 


38.8 


CBWi 1 


2036 


9.0 


15 


30.0 


31.9 


% 


2086 


9-5 


17 


50-7 


15.8 




2037 


9-5 


15 


36.4 


31.6 


. 


2087 


9-5 


18 


4.3 


8.2 




2038 


6.9 


15 


37.0 


S7.6 


CGWiWm 


2088 


8.1 


18 


6.0 


5-4 


CB 


2039 


9-5 


IS 


41.0. 


56.1 




2089 


9-4 


18 


6.6 


30.2 




2040 


8.5 


15 


4S-6 


4-4 




2090 

1 


9.2 


18 


7.8 


35-6 


■ 


2041 


9-1 


15 


4S-8 


18.2 




2091 


9-3 


18 


9-5 


37.8 




2042 


8.8 


15 


SO- 7 


31.6 


CWt 


2092 


9-4 


18 


17.4 


315 


1 
1 


2043 


5-5 


15 


53-7 


16. 1 


CB 


1 2093 


9-7 


18 


18.6 


25.0 


1 


2044 


8.9 


15 


54-0 


30- 7 




2094 


10. 


18 


193 


59-7 




2045 


9.4 


15 


S8.8 


48.6 




2095 

1 


9.3 


18 


20 8 


55.6 




2046 


9.6 


16 


3-0 


30.6 




2096 


9.6 


18 


35-9 


4S-4 




2047 


8.7 


16 


S-S 


46.6 


CWt 


2097 


8.0 


18 


44.2 


28.8 


CGB 


2048 


8.7 


16 


6.1 


55-3 


CB 


2098 


9.8 


18 


48. s 


35-4 


1 


2049 


9.0 


16 


15-2 


28.9 




1 2099 


9§ 


18 


S^'Z 


H'^ 


t 
1 


2050 


9-3 


16 


18.0 


20.0 




1 21CX) 

1 


8.8 


18 


54-7 


48.7 


1 



126 



DUBCHMUSTEBtNO, — ^23". 



u |.l 


( 1 




1 
• 


• I 




j 


S ! c« 


1 




Ji 


c «3 




■ 


i ?l 


7* ' —23° References. 

1 


, 1 

' 3 


?2 


7* —23° References. 


^ 


1^ 


1 
1 


Z 


^ • 




1 






ttf, S, 1 




m. 


'• ' ' 1 


2IOI 8.5 


18 55.3 33.3 CBWt 


215I 


8.6 i 


22 


14.2 49.6 CWm ' 


2102 9.0 


18 56.7 45.4 


2152 


8.6 


22 


14.4 51.9 CWt 


2103 ' 9.2 


18 56.8 35.4 1 B 


2153 


8.2 


22 


21.3 2.4 CGB 


2104 9.4 


18 59.2 4.2 


2154 


9.0 


22 


33-3 ' 26.4 


2io«> 8.8 

1 


19 0.0 34.5 1 


2155 


8.5 


22 


34.6 25.6 


2106 


9-5 


19 7-5 33.3 ! 


2156 


9-9 1 


22 


41.4 42.7 ' 


2107 


9.1 


19 9.8 16.2 


2157 


9.1 


22 


48.5 50-9 


2108 , 9.4 1 


19 10.0 42.3 ' 


2158 1 


9.2 


22 


51.4 10.8 


2109 j 9.6 1 


19 II. 3S.O 


2159 1 


9.6 


22 


53.0 1 19.0 


2IIO 


9.2 


19 18.5 1 44-2 ■ 

1 


2160 ' 

1 


9-4 1 


22 


55-5 34-0 


1 2III 


9-5 


1 

19 21.8 , 15.7 


2161 


8.6 


23 


14.2 I 13.8 


CB 


2It2 9.8 


19 23.8 35.4 




2162 


9.9 


23 


17.8 15.6 




2M3 ' 9-5 


19 24.0 1 13.7 


2163 


8.5 


23 


18.4 37.4 Wt 


2II4 


9.8 


19 34.4 1 24.9 


2164 


8.8 


23 


20.9 


38.2 1 


' 


2115 9.6 


19 4.') -2 25.3 CB 


2165 


9-4 


23 


22.2 51. 1 1 


1 


2II6 9.0 


19 50.6 19.7 C 


2166 


9-5 ' 


23 


1 

25.3 ' 30.7 1 


2117 


9-4 


19 57-7 21.4 


2167 


9.0 


23 


26.9 48.6 


2I18 


9-4 


19 57.7 24.1 




1 2168 


9-7 


23 


28.6 


23-5 


2119 8.8 


19 58.9 5^-2 


2169 


8.3 


23 


39-3 


23.6 CGB 


2120 Q.6 


19 59.2 28.1 




2170 


8.5 


23 


40.7 


43.4 CGWt 

1 


1 
2121 9.2 


20 3.0 


6.2 ; 


2171 


9.0 


23 


45-6 


23.8 




2122 


9.6 


20 7.6 31.8 


2172 


9.4 


23 


51-2 


36.2 




2123 9.6 


20 16. 1 1 43.3 


2173 


8.6 


23 


52.9 


31.2 


CGB 


2124 9.6 


20 17.2 29.7 ] 


2174 


9.6 


23 


55-8 


130 




3125 1 9.1 


20 20.4 27.2 CGB 


2175 


8.7 


24 


5.0 


12.4 


B 


2126 


9.6 


Jo 28.4 , 26.4 i 


, 2176 


9.0 


24 


7-4 


II. 6 




2127 8.7 


20 32.4 15-2 


2177 


9.2 


24 


8.6 


29.2 




2128 j 9.6 


20 32.9 25.9 , 


2178 


9.2 


24 


8.6 


37-8 




2129 . 7.0 


20 34.4 


25.7 ' CGBWtWm 


2179 


7.8 


24 


8.7 


-0.5 


G 


2130 


9-4 


20 34.8 


25.6 


2180 


9.6 


24 


16.0 


31-4 




2131 , 9.2 


20 41.9 


193 


2181 


9.9 


24 


18.2 


50 -3 




2132 


9.6 


20 43.0 


55.6 


1 


' 2182 


9.1 


24 


18.2 


58.8 




3133 , 9-2 


20 43.4 22.6 




2183 


9.0 


24 


28.3 


54-9 




2134 


9.1 


20 50.6 18.8 


2184 


9.2 


24 


29.6 


39-2 




2135 9-4 


20 54-7 59-6 


2185 


9.6 


24 


39-2 


42.6 




2136 , 9.2 


20 55.4 1 22.2 


2186 


8.6 


24 


39-2 


12.8 


CB 


2137 


9.2 


21 5.2 52.6 


2187 


9.1 


24 


43.7 


53-6 




2138 


9-3 


21 5-5 35-1 




2188 

1 


9-4 


24 


47.6 


15.8 




2139 9-0 


21 II. 6 38.2 C 


2189 


9.6 


24 


49.8 


29.2 




2140 9.0 

1 


21 18.3 39.2 CWt 


2190 


9.6 


24 


53-5 


24.2 




2141 


8.6 


21 22.6 30.8 


CB 


' 2191 


8.6 


25 


7.3 32.1 


CBWt 


2142 


8.8 


21 40.2 1 43.2 '. 


2192 


9.9 


25 


21.0 48.3 




2143 


9-3 


21 41.7 31.4 




2193 


8.6 


25 


21.4 2.8 


C 


2144 


8.8 


21 43-0 39-8 1 


2194 


9.8 


25 


24.4 ' 52.2 




2145 


7-9 


21 47.5 12.6 


CGB 


219s 


, 9-6 


■ 25 


34-2 


19.9 




2146 


8.4 


21 57.4 134 CGB 


2196 


9.2 


25 


403 


19.7 




2147 i 8.8 


22 O.I 0.3 1 


2197 


9.1 


1 ^5 


56.0 49.7 




2148 8.8 


22 4.1 ' 49.6 C 


2198 


' 8.8 


1 26 


2.8 55.0 


CB 


2149 ' 8.8 


22 7.4 18.4 


C 


2199 


8.0 


, 26 


18.4 , 43-9 


CWt 


2150 


: 9.0 


22 9.1 


; 6.0 




2200 


8.0 


I26 


19.6 


' 43.7 

1 


C 



DtntCHHUSTEBUNO, — 23°. 



127 



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• 

u 


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a 

mm 


agn 
:ude. 




7* 


-23° 


References. 


g 

mm 


e V 

w9 ^J 


f 


i 


-23° 


References. 


3 

55 


s 










3 
















tM. 


J. 


/ 






w. 


J. 


f 




220I 


9-4 


26 


28.6 


39-6 




2251 


9.6 


30 


H-3 


48.9 


C 


2202 


9.8 


26 


33- 1 


1.8 




2252 


95 


30 


34.6 


60.9 




2203 


9.6 


26 


44-4 


15.2 




2253 


8.9 


30 


38.0 


48.6 


CWtW.„ 


2204 


9-7 


26 


45.3 


44-3 




2254 


8.5 


30 


51-7 


57-9 


Wt 


2205 


8.3 


26 


55.4 


37-2 


CWt 


2255 


8.5 


30 


52.2 


41.6 


CWt 


2206 


9-5 


27 


2.6 


44.2 




2256 


8.6 


30 


55.8 


21.6 




2207 


8.8 


27 


10.2 


10. 




2257 


6.9 


31 


9.1 


28.9 


CG 


! 2208 


9.0 


27 


12.0 


42.0 


C 


2258 


8.0 


31 


13-0 


i-t 


B 


2209 


9.6 


27 


16.2 


40.1 




2259 


9-3 


31 


16.0 


28.8 




2210 


8.3 


27 


20.6 


10.2 




1 2260 


9.1 


31 


21.0 


29.1 




1 

22II 


10. 


27 


28.0 


52.6 




2261 


9.2 


31 


31-4 


35.7 




2212 


9.6 


27 


29.2 


60.9 


Wt 


, 2262 


8.9 


31 


33-4 


22.9 




2213 


8.2 


27 


42.4 


35.5 


CWi 


2263 


9-7 


31 


39-7 


56.0 




2214 


9-3 


27 


47-7 


48.1 




2264 


9.2 


31 


45.9 


48.1 




2215 


8.8 


27 


48.0 


59-4 




2265 


9-5 


31 


47-4 


43.2 




2216 


9.0 


27 


50-5 


16.5 




2266 


9.0 


31 


56.6 


23 -4 


c 


1 2217 


7.8 


27 


53-6 


23.6 


CGB 


2267 


8.8 


32 


17.0 


25.4 




. 2218 


8.4 


27 


54-0 


13.6 


C 


2268 


9.1 


32 


18.0 


47.8 




2219 


8.3 


28 


0.2 


29.6 




2269 


8.7 


32 


27.6 


31.8 


C 


2220 


9.8 


28 


II. 2 


38.7 




2270 


9.2 


32 


29-5 


55-0 


1 
j 


2221 


6.4 


28 


II. 6 


10.2 


CG 


2271 


9.4 


32 


36.6 


7-4 




2222 


9.0 


28 


16.0 


38.7 




2272 


9-3 


32 


42.9 


51.7 




2223 


9.8 


28 


30-3 


35-4 




2273 


9-i 


33 


2.6 


45-5 




2224 


9.2 


28 


34-2 


37-1 




2274 


9.8 


33 


9-7 


49.2 


1 


2225 


9.9 


28 


53-5 


0.2 




' 2275 


9.1 


33 


10. 1 


40-3 




2226 


9-5 


28 


54.7 


54.1 




2276 


9.6 


33 


14. 1 


I.O 




2227 


9.0 


29 


3.8 


12.7 




2277 


8.7 


33 


23.0 


53 


CWiWm 


2228 


9-4 


29 


4.0 


26.0 




2278 


9-4 


33 


30.9 


22.8 




2229 


9.0 


29 


9.8 


19.0 


B 


2279 


9-4 


33 


33 8 


15.4 




2230 


8.8 


29 


18.8 


17.0 


B 


2280 


8.3 


33 


40.2 


31-9 


CWt 


2231 


9.2 


29 


33-6 


15.0 


B 


, 2281 


8.7 


33 


43-2 


38.8 


CWt 


; 2232 


9-5 


29 


33-6 


14.8 


C 


1 2282 


8.4 


33 


45-2 


1.0 


G 


2233 


9.2 


29 


34.8 


38.7 




2283 


9.0 


33 


51.8 


0.4 




3234 


8.8 


29 


37.2 


II. 2 




2284 


9.2 


34 


"•3 


5.S 




2235 


9.2 


29 


37-4 


36.2 




2285 


9.1 


34 


15.2 


60.4 




2236 


9.1 


29 


38.5 


36.2 




2286 


9.9 


34 


20.6 


18. 1 




2237 


5-7 


29 


41.0 


12.6 


CGB 


2287 


9.2 


34 


25.8 


6.8 




2238 


8.9 


29 


42.4 


8,3 




2288 


9-4 


34 


25 -9 


-0.2 




2239 


8.4 


29 


46.6 


13.0 


CGB 


2289 


9.2 


34 


33.2 


29.8 




2240 


9.6 


29 


48.5 


38.6 




2290 


9.3 


34 


41-5 


-0.6 




2241 


9.1 


29 


49.6 


4^-3 




2291 


8.2 


34 


41.6 


46.4 


CWtWm 


1 2242 


9-4 


29 


503 


28.0 




2292 


8.4 


34 


43.5 


46.8 




I 2243 


9.0 


29 


51-4 


II. 4 




2293 


8.5 


34 


43-5 


s6.o 


CGWtWm 


i 2244 


9.8 


29 


51-4 


II. 




2294 


9.0 


34 


46.0 


38.0 




2245 

1 


8.8 


29 


57-4 


9.1 


1 


2295 


8.9 


34 


54-6 


22.8 




1 
2246 


9.1 


29 


59-2 


5-1 




2296 


8.8 


35 


6.8 


49-4 


CBWt 


2247 


9-5 


30 


1.7 


2.7 




i 2297 


9.8 


35 


8.2 


15.8 




2248 


8.9 


30 


2.0 


59-9 




! 2298 


9-5 


35 


8.2 


' 13-2 




2249 


8.5 


30 


4-9 


34.7 


C 


2299 


8.6 


35 


30.2 


4.3 




2250 


8.0 


30 


6.5 


30.8 


CWiWm 


2300 

1 


9.2 


35 


35-7 


15.6 

1 


G 



128 



DTJBCHJnjBTEBUNG, — 23°. 



• 


1 

c 6 




1 


1 




ber. 


1 
1 


E 






7* 


—23° References. 


B 


?1 


s 


fl» *i 










3 


OS ^ 


;z; 


Z 






t 




1 


^ 




»w. 


X. 




2301 


9-3 


35 


46.3 


7-2 




2351 


9-3 


2302 


8.0 


35 


46.4 


17.6 CG 


2352 


9-4 


2303 


9-5 


35 


51.0 


20.1 , 


2353 


9.0 


2304 


§f 


35 


59-6 


351 ' c 


2354 


8.4 


2305 


8.6 


35 


59.8 


46.4 1 CBWtWra 


2355 


9-3 

1 


2306 


9.2 


36 


3.8 


10.3 


2356 


9.0 


2307 


9.2 


36 


5.6 


20.2 


2357 


9.3 


2308 


9.8 


3^ 


13.3 


55.3 




2358 


9.2 . 


2309 


9.1 


3f 


16.5 


31.0 


C 


1 2359 


9.2 


2310 


9-3 


36 


22.6 


12,3 


2360 


9-7 


2311 


9.2 


36 


23.6 


0.2 




' 2361 


9-3 


2312 


8.9 


36 


28.0 


5.8 


2362 


9.2 


2313 


9.9 


36 


340 


2.8 




, 2363 


9-3 


2314 


9.2 


36 


43-1 


37-8 




2364 


9.0 


2315 


9.6 


36 


45-4 


21.4 




2365 


9.6, 


2316 


9.8 


36 


52.0 


16. 1 ■ 


2366 


1 
9.4 


2317 


9-4 


37 


1.6 


14. 1 


2367 


10. 


2318 


9-7 


37 


10.2 


4.0 


2368 


9-5 ! 


2319 


9.8 


37 


12.2 


45-8 


2369 


9-4 


2320 


9-7 


37 


16.3 


II. 2 




2370 


9.2 


2321 


9.8 


37 


21.4 


II. 




2371 


8.8 


2322 


9.6 


37 


30.2 


10.8 ' 


2372 


95 


2323 


9.2 


37 


34-4 


57-2 ; 


2373 


9.8 


2324 


9-4 


37 


40.4 


42.0 




2374 


9-5 


2325 


9-4 


37 


41.8 


16.1 




2375 


9-4 


2326 


9-4 


37 


43-2 


1.8' 


1 2376 


9-4 


2327 


9.6 


37 


46.6 


20.7 1 


2377 


10. 


2328 


9.6 


37 


47-3 


7.8 ' 


2378 


9.4 


2329 


8.8 


37 


51-4 


48.6 1 Wt 


2379 


9.6 


2330 


8.8 


37 


52.5 


52.2 i 

1 


2380 


9.6 ; 


2331 


9-4 


38 


i.i 


27.2 


2381 


9.2 


2332 


9.4 


38 


1.4 


302 j 


2382 


9.6 


2333 


9.5 


38 


5-3 


26.0 




2383 


9-4 


2334 


9-4 


38 


7-2 


35-4 




2384 


9-4 


2335 


8.8 


38 


9.0 


32.2 


CGBWiWm 


2385 


9.6 


2336 


9-5 


38 


II. 2 


30.2 


C 


2386 


7« 


2337 


9-3 


38 


12.7 


6.5 




2387 


9.0 


2338 


9.2 


38 


13-3 


57-5 




2388 


9.6 


2339 


9.4 


38 


13.6 


31.0 




2389 


9.6 


2340 


8.6 


38 


16.1 


33.1 CGBWt 


2390 


9.8 


2341 


8.1 


38 


17.3 


25.2 


2391 


8.9 


2342 


9-3 


38 


18.3 


31-4 WtW,„ 


2392 


8.2 , 


2343 


9.2 


38 


21.0 


309 


2393 


9.0 ' 


2344 


9.0 


38 


21.3 


7.1 


2394 


10.0 


234s 


9-4 


38 


22.9 


35.5 1 


2395 


8.7 

1 


2346 


9-3 


38 


23.2 


31.0 


CB 


2396 


9-5 


2347 


9-7 


38 


24.4 


52.3 . 


2397 


9.2 


2348 


9-3 


38 


25-9 


306 , 


2398 


9.2 


2349 


9-3 


38 


31-4 


35-9 


2399 


9-5 


2350 


9-4 


38 


31.8 


293 




2400 


9-4 



7* 



38 
38 
38 
38 
38 

38 
38 
38 
38 
38 

38 
38 
38 
38 
38 

38 
38 
38 
38 

39 

39 
39 
39 
39 
39 

39 
39 
39 
39 
39 

39 
39 
39 
39 
39 

39 

39 

39 

39 
40 

40 

40 
40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



-23' 



32.5 
32.6 

34-4 
35-5 
36.9 



39 
40. 

40. 

41- 
43 



2 
2 

9 
2 

2 



31.2 
26.3 

15-4 
54-1 
32.5 

35-4 

27-3 
36.2 

32.0 
4-4 



54.3 
57.4 
58.4 
59-7 
0-3 

1.8 
30 
6.0 
6.4 
12.0 

15.0 

17.8 ' 
18.9 
19.0 
20.5 

21 .9 

29-3 
32.8 

33.8 
34-8 

44-5 

45-7 

55-5 

56.4 
6.4 

13.2 
14.8 
18. 1 
18.5 
25.6 

27-5 
29.0 

31.8 

40.4 

41-5 



28.0 

59-3 
-0.2 

28.4 

10.2 

6.3 

34-0 

37-4 
31.0 

3I-I 

35-9 
60.2 

35-8 

309 
15.0 

28.4 
10. 1 
27.2 

15-4 
6.2 

54-9 

15.3 
9.6 

7-9 
26.0 

58.2 
14.9 

273 
38.4 
48.3 

29.7 
9.1 
18.6 
51.2 
41.4 



References. 



44.8 


31-9 


46.7 


20.3 


471 


319 


48.3 


33.8 


53.1 


31.6 



CWt 



CGBWiWm 



CB 
CG 



CBWtWm 



DUBCHMU8TEBUNG, — 23°. 



129 



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References. 


3 


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3 


ee Xj 










z 


^ 










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m. 


s. 


f 






fft. 


X. 


/ 




2401 


9-5 


40 


53-3 


22.7 




2451 


9.2 


44 


II. 4 


33.9 




2402 


9-4 


40 


54-3 


8.0 




2452 


9-2 


44 


16.6 


29.8 


G 


2403 


9.1 


40 


55 -o 


1.5 




2453 


9.2 


44 


22.7 


42.0 


B 


2404 


9-5 


40 


55-1 


12.8 




2454 


9.2 


44 


23.2 


6.9 




2405 


9-4 


40 


55-6 


47-3 




2455 


9-5 


44 


31. 1 


II. 4 




2.in6 


9-5 


40 


57.1 


25.8 




2456 


9.2 


44 


3^-3 


243 




2407 


9-3 


41 


2.4 


45-3 




2457 


9-3 


44 


35-4 


33 




2408 


9.6 


4^ 


4-4 


28.2 




2458 


9.0 


44 


36.2 


49-3 


CGB 


2409 


9-4 


4« 


4.6 


1.8 




2459 


9.0 


44 


38.1 


40.4 




2410 


9-2 


41 


19.7 


50-3 


C 


2460 


9-3 


44 


40.6 


14.8 




241 1 


9-7 


41 


20.4 


6.5 




2461 


9-4 


44 


41.6 


36.0 




• 2412 


9-4 


41 


30.0 


21.0 




2462 


9.1 


44 


45.8 


13.8 




2413 


9-5 


41 


40.7 


44-5 




2463 


9.6 


44 


49.8 


22.0 




2414 


8.8 


41 


45 


49.6 


CB 


2464 


9.2 


44 


51.0 


6.0 




2415 


9.9 


41 


50.4 


20.0 




2465 


9.1 


44 


53-2 


49-3 


B 


2416 


! 90 


41 


513 


54-2 


CGBWt 


2466 


1 
8.9 


44 


53.5 


32.8 


C 


2417 


9-4 


41 


54-8 


36.9 




2467 


9-5 


44 


57.2 


1.3 




2418 


8.6 


41 


55.8 


25.0 


B 


2468 


9-4 


45 


7.0 


0.6 


■ 


2419 


9-5 


42 


1-3 


I.I 




2469 


9-3 


45 


10.7 


34.8 




2420 


9.1 


42 


1-5 


23.1 


B 


2470 


9-4 


45 


14.2 


1.2 




2421 


9.2 


42 


5-4 


16.8 




2471 


9.6 


45 


21. 1 


34-3 




2422 


9.3 


42 


6.0 


26.3 


Wt 


2472 


9-7 


45 


22.0 


2.6 




2423 


^l 


42 


23-7 


54-2 


B 


2473 


9-5 


45 


40.7 


20.9 




2424 


9.8 


42 


24.0 


16.0 




2474 


8.6 


45 


50.0 


30.7 


C 


2425 


8.7 


42 


28.2 


50 




2475 


8.9 


45 


50.6 


14.8 




2426 


9-5 


42 


28.7 


10.4 




2476 


9.9 


45 


59.3 


13.1 




2427 


9.6 


42 


33 -o 


5.6 




2477 


9-4 


45 


59.8 


10.4 




2428 


^i 


42 


36.9 


29.9 




2478 


9-7 


45 


59-8 


55-6 




2429 


9.8 


42 


40.6 


38.2 




2479 


9.1 


46 


12.4 


II. 4 




2430 


9.8 


42 


41.6 


10. 




2480 


9.0 


46 


15.2 


20.4 


C 


2431 


9.6 


42 


44.1 


29.6 




2481 


9.8 


46 


23.0 


33-7 


1 

1 


2432 


9.8 


42 


55.8 


5-0 




2482 


9.6 


46 


23.6 


21.8 


1 


2433 


9-4 


43 


0.8 


9-4 




, 2483 


9-5 


46 


24-3 


35 


1 

1 


2434 


9.8 


43 


1.4 


3^-4 




2484 


9-7 


46 


28.2 


56.1 




2435 


9.0 


43 


9.9 


26.4 


CB 


2485 


10. 


46 


36.2 


39-8 




2436 


9.6 


43 


14.0 


28.0 




2486 


9-5 


46 


39-2 


9-5 




2437 


9.0 


43 


17.0 


51.6 


CGBWm 


2487 


9-5 


46 


48.1 


7-5 




, 2438 


9-5 


43 


17.6 


50.8 


CB 


2488 


9-3 


46 


49.2 


0.6 


, 


2439 


9-5 


43 


17.9 


7.0 




2489 


9-5 


46 


49-7 


38.0 


I 


2440 


8.7 


43 


24.6 


II. 


B 


2490 


9.8 


46 


55-2 


18.6 


' 


2441 


8.5 


43 


26.7 


30.7 




2491 


9-4 


47 


2.3 


30 




2442 


9.8 


43 


27.5 


32.2 


C 


2492 


10. 


47 


II. 9 


32.0 




2443 


H 


43 


30.0 


29.0 




2493 


9.0 


47 


12.8 


48.7 


CWm 


2444 


9.8 


43 


30-5 


1.2 




2494 


9.6 


47 


13-5 


340 




2445 


9.2 

1 


43 


35-1 


6.6 




2495 


9.6 


47 


24.6 


38.3 


1 


2446 


i 9-4 


43 


45-2 


15.8 




' 2496 


8.4 


47 


30.0 


53 -o 


CWm 


2447 


9.0 


43 


48.6 


6.4 


C 


2497 


7-9 


47 


35-5 


II. 8 


c 


2448 


: 7.3 


43 


49-5 


26.6 


GBWt 


2498 


10. 


47 


39- 1 


303 


1 


2449 


9.6 


43 


51-9 


39-6 




2499 


9-4 


47 


44.0 


36.5 




! 2450 

1 


9-4 


43 


59.8 


6.3 




2500 


9.5 


47 


45.8 


18.9 


1 



130 



DURCHMUSTEBUNG, — 23°. 



u 
Xi 

B 

3 



2501 
2502 

2503 
2504 
2505 

2506 

2507 
2508 
2509 
2510 

2511 
2512 

2513 
2514 
2515 

2516 

2517 
2518 

2519 
2520 

2521 

2522 

2523 
2524 
2525 

2526 

2527 

2528 

2529 
2530 

2531 
2532 
2533 
2534 
2535 

2536 
2537 

2538 

2539 
2540 

2541 
2542 

2543 
2544 
2545 

2546 
2547 
2548 

2549 
2550 






9.4 

9.6 
8.6 
9.6 
9.0 

9-5 
9.0 

9.6 

10.0 

9-4 

9.2 
9.4 
9.8 
8.6 
6.8 

9.5 

9-4 
9.6 

9.8 

9.4 

9.0 
9.6 
8.9 
8.4 

9-4 
9.2 

8.5 
9.1 

8.8 

9-3 
9.8 

9.4 

9.3 
9.6 

9.7 
8.8 
9.0 
9.8 
10. o 

9.6 
9.2 

9-7 
9.0 

9.0 

9.8 
9.4 
9.4 
9.4 
9.2 



7" 



m. 

47 

47 
48 

48 

48 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 

48 
48 
49 
49 
49 

49 
49 
49 
49 
49 



49 
49 
49 
49 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

51 
51 
51 
51 



56.2 

57-4 
0.9 

2.5 
8.8 

15.0 

15. 1 
16.4 

18.2 

21.8 

21.8 
40.8 

43-1 
45.2 
49.0 

55-1 

58.3 
6.2 

6.8 

7.6 

12.8 
15.8 
21.2 
24.8 
26.6 



-23^ 



References. 



49 33-2 

49 37-4 

49 42.6 

49 47-6 

49 47.8 



48.3 

49-3 
50.8 

51-2 
5.6 

23.8 
25.8 
28. o 
31.0 
31-8 

34-6 
40.8 

47-5 
52.8 
58.2 

3.6 

5.1 

7.3 
10.8 



51 "7 



44.2 

340 
22.7 

5-3 
26.2 

5-1 
56.0 

37.8 
10. 1 

17.5 

25-4 
30.0 

25.6 

57 -o 

6-3 

21.9 
1.4 
22.3 
35.8 
193 

14.4 

17.7 

0.4 

2.8 

40-3 

21.6 
19.2 
46.2 
-0.2 
43.8 

20.6 

32.2 

6.9 

13.0 

15-3 

15-4 

31-4 
6.4 

31-4 
24.7 

16.2 

48.5 

5-3 

19-3 
18.8 

59.8 
16.9 
27.6 
33-8 
9.8 



GWtWn, 

CGB 



CB 
CGBWm 



CB 
CGB 



I 

• 


1 






E 


?= 




7* 


s 


00 4^ 






iz; 


^ 






ftt. 


s. 


2551 


9.6 


51 


II. 7 


2552 


9-7 


51 


31.6 


2553 


9| 


51 


32.7 


2554 


9.6 


51 


35.4 


2555 


9-3 


51 


38.2 


2556 


9-4 


51 


39-4 


2557 


9.2 


51 


45 -o 


2558 


9.2 


51 


47-2 


2559 


9-4 


51 


50.0 


2560 


9.2 


51 


58.0 


2561 


8.4 


52 


9.0 


2562 


9.2 


52 


n.o 


2563 


9.2 


52 


13-9 


2564 


10. 


52 


14. 1 


2565 


10. 


52 


16.4 


2566 


9.6 


52 


17.0 


2567 


9.6 


52 


18.2 


2568 


9.9 


52 


26.0 


2569 


9.8 


52 


31.0 


2570 


9.2 


52 


45-3 


2571 


9-4 


52 


50.8 


2572 


9,2 


53 


1-3 


2573 


8.4 


53 


8.1 


2574 


9-7 


53 


9.0 


2575 


9.1 


53 


9.9 


2576 


9-4 


53 


14. 1 


2577 


9.6 


53 


34 -o 


2578 


9.6 


53 


351 


2579 


9.0 


53 


58.1 


2580 


9-4 


54 


0.6 


2581 


9.1 


54 


3-4 


2582 


9-3 


54 


7.7 


2583 


9-3 


54 


12.6 


2584 


9.4 


54 


12.7 


2585 


9-5 


54 


17.2 


2s86 


9-5 


54 


33-0 


2587 


9.2 


54 


35-4 


2588 


9-7 


54 


41.6 


2589 


9.6 


54 


43 -o 


2590 


9-3 


54 


46.6 


2591 


8.4 


55 


5.8 


2592 


9.1 


55 


19-5 


2593 


8.7 


55 


27.8 


2594 


9.8 


55 


40.4 


2595 


9.2 


55 


57-9 


2596 


9-3 


56 


1.9 


2597 


9-4 


56 


3-7 


2598 


9-3 


56 


9.6 


2599 


9.0 


56 


10. 1 


2600 


9.0 


56 


12.4 



-23^ 



References. 



II. 2 
27.6 
12.6 
540 
19.6 

28.8 
12.8 

1-7 
7.0 

18.2 

12.0 
42.2 
17.2 
44.2 
19.9 

33.8 
26.7 

5-3 

34-3 
0.6 

53-9 
20.0 

33.8 
6.2 

44-3 

19.9 
21.4 
0.2 
II .2 
II. 8 

37.8 
17.7 

35-7 
40.0 

18.3 



CB 
C 



B 



CGBWtW 



m 



12.8 




42.2 


C 


22.9 




15.6 




20.0 




25-4 


CGBWi 


24.8 




36.3 


CBWm 


32.8 




28.0 




29-5 




4.6 




36.0 


G 


-0.7 




58.2 





DUR0HMU8TEBUNO, — 23°. 



131 



• 

u 


gni- 
Lide. 


7*- 8* 


-23° 


References. 


• 

B 


1 

B a> 




8* 


-23° 


References. 


3 


es ^ 




i 


3 


OS .M 










z 


S 








Z 


S 






1 






W/. J. 


/ 








m. 


*. 


/ 1 


2601 


9-3 


56 14.4 


17.0 




2651 


9.2 


I 


51.7 


36.4 


GB 


2602 


9.2 


56 26.8 


33 


2652 


7-4 


2 


5-2 


12.9 


2603 


10. 


56 30.8 


1.6 

1 


2653 


9-5 


2 


10. 1 


31.1 ; ; 


2604 


9.2 


56 34-6 


18.4 ' CB 


! 2654 


9.1 


2 


15-1 


8 9 ' B 


2605 


9.2 


56 36.6 


7.0 


, 2655 


8.5 


2 


29.6 


7.3 GB 1 


2606 


10. 


56 42.6 


54-8 ' 


' 26«;6 


8.6 


2 


29.6 


58.4 , GBWtWm 


2607 


9-3 


56 57-4 


19.9 




2657 


9-3 


2 


340 


15-2 




2608 


9-4 


56 59-9 


19-5 




2658 


8.7 


2 


34.5 


23.2 




2609 


9-7 


57 7-8 


16.4 




2659 


9-4 


2 


51-9 


35-4 




2610 


8.7 


57 9-4 


18.1 CGB 


2660 


9.8 


2 


56.8 


17.6 


! 


261 1 


9.6 


57 24.6 


3.6 


2661 


8.9 


2 


59-2 


6.7 


1 


2612 


9.8 


57 30-3 


4.2 , 


2662 


8.9 


3 


10.9 


-0-3 


GB 


2613 


9-5 


57 31.7 


18.9 ! 


2663 


9.6 


3 


17. 1 


51-3 


2614 


9.6 


57 34.7 


17.6 


1 2664 


9.6 


3 


20.0 


38.4 


2615 


8.3 


57 37-6 


28.7 CGB 


2665 


8.9 


. 3 


20.6 


15-2 




2616 


9.6 


57 40-4 


32.7 




2666 


9.1 


3 


42.3 


36.0 




2617 


9.8 


57 51.7 


13.2 




2667 


9.1 


3 


54-3 


3.9 , CGB 


2618 


10. 


57 57-1 


33.0 




2668 


9-3 


3 


58.0 


II. 8 




2619 


9-5 


57 57-8 


17.0 


2669 


9 3 


4 


28.7 


9.1 




2620 


9.6 


58 1.7 


12.0 




; 2670 

1 


9.1 


4 


29.1 


46-3 




2621 


9.0 


58 II. 8 


12.2 




2671 


9.0 


4 


33-8 


33-2 




2622 


8.5 


58 29.2 


57-1 


CGBWmWt 


2672 


8.8 


4 


36.5 


21.3 




2623 


9.6 


58 30-9 


20.6 




2673 


9.9* 


4 


36.5 


58.6 




2624 


8.5 


58 33-9 


25-4 


CGB 


2674 


9-4 


4 


48.3 


3-7 




2625 


9-3 


58 38.6 


8.8 




2675 


9.5 


4 


58.1 


23-9 




2626 


9-5 


58 58.6 


30.0 




2676 


9.6 


5 


2.6 


45-3 




2627 


9-5 


59 90 


15-2 




' 2677 


9.6 


5 


5-0 


-0.3 


2628 


9.3 


59 26.6 


II. 4 




2678 


9.0 


5 


17.0 


59-1 




2629 


10. 


59 32.9 


46.6 


G 


2679 


9-3 


5 


20.1 


34-3 




2630 


9-4 


59 33-4 


33-5 




2680 


9.3 


5 


20.3 


19.6 




2631 


9.2 


59 50-0 


45-9 


G 


: 2681 


9.0 


5 


27.0 


259 , 


2632 


8.5 


59 51-6 


5.5 




2682 


9.6 


5 


42.6 


10. , 


2633 


9.8 


59 53-2 


31.8 




2683 


9-4 


5 


43-5 


3-3 ' 


2634 


9.2 


59 55.2 


9-4 




' 2684 


9.1 


5 


52.0 


16. 1 


2635 


9.4 


59 56.8 


1.8 




, 2685 


9.0 


6 


I.O 


34.6 1 G 

. 1 1 


2636 


9-4 


1.8 


51.0 




1 2686 


9.4 


6 


1-4 


25.5 




2637 


9-5 


15.3 


46.6 




1 2687 


10. 


6 


1.6 


21.4 




2638 


9.8 


15. 8 


0-5 




2688 


9.0 


6 


2.4 


2.6 




2639 


9.6 


30.4 


47-3 


■ 2689 


9-3 


6 


3-2 


33-6 G t 


2640 


9.0 


38.2 


14.2 




2690 


8.6 


6 


5.2 


44.8 


GBWm 


2641 


9.6 


42.6 


34.6 




1 2691 


9.1 


6 


6.2 


1 
33-6 


2642 


9-5 


47.0 


46.6 


2692 


9.1 


6 


10.6 


27.8 


2643 


9,6 


51.6 


47-3 1 


2693 


9-3 


6 


II. 6 


27.8 




2644 


8.4 


I 0.6 


34-6 


G 


i 2694 


9-3 


6 


22.4 


45.8 


1 


2645 


9*. 6 


I 3.2 


49.8 




2695 


9.1 


6 


27.2 


53-2 




2646 


9-4 


I 3.8 


14.8 


2696 


9.1 


6 


32.2 


131 


1 


2647 


3-0 


I 22.4 


54.3 ' CGBWiWm 


2697 


10. 


6 


34-6 


23.6 




2648 


9.0 


I 40.8 


45 


B 


2698 


8.8 


6 


41.9 


46.7 ! CWm 


2649 


8.6 


« 45 -o 


10.5 


B 


2699 


9-4 


6 


46.0 


27.0 


2650 


8.7 


I 45-9 


26.8 

1 
1 


2700 


9-4 


6 


46.4 


29.8 


1 



132 



DURCHMU8TERUNG, — 23°. 




2741 
2742 
2743 
2744 
2745 

2746 

2747 
2748 

2749 
2750 



2726 


9-3 


2727 


7-9 


2728 


9.4 


2729 


10. 


2730 


9.7 


2731 


8.7 


2732 


9-4 


2733 


9-5 


2734 


8.9 


2735 


9-4 


2736 


9.9 


2737 


9.2 


2738 


9.8 


2739 


9-4 


2740 


9-3 



9-5 
9.6 

96 

8.8 

10. o 

9.0 

9.5 
8.0 

9 5 
9.2 



8 

9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
o 

o 

o 

o 



1 



o 
o 
o 

o 



58.0 

8.6 

9.2 

29.8 

43.5 

49-4 
0.1 

4.2 

6.6 

10.3 



o 17-5 

o 19.5 

o 38.8 

o 41 .0 

o 43-5 



46.2 
47.0 
47.6 
48.6 
49.9 



o 56.5 

o 58.5 

59-7 

1 6. 1 

I 10.2 







9 

u 






-g 


-n° 


References. 


.£9 

E 

3 


32.1 


CG 


2751 


56.7 




1 2752 


43.7 




2753 


2.6 


G 


' 2754 


51.6 


CGBWm 


1 2755 


58.8 




2756 


44.0 




2757 


2.3 


G 


2758 


53-3 




2759 


305 


CGB 


2760 


29.1 


C 


276.1 


8.2 




2762 


60.4 




2763 


8.1 


GB 


2764 


8.6 


,B 


2765 


1.9 




2766 


34.7 




2767 


34-4 




i 2768 


5-2 




2769 


19.6 




1 2770 


29.0 




1 2771 


131 




2772 


9-4 




2773 


49-5 




2774 


-0.2 




2775 


18.3 


G 


2776 


12.7 


CGB 


2777 


48.4 




2778 


10.4 




2779 


0.2 




1 2780 


26.2 




2781 


31-2 




2782 


1-4 


C 


2783 


38.9 




: 2784 


50.8 




2785 

1 


43 




2786 


330 




2787 


57-8 




27S8 


0.2 




2789 


32.6 




2790 


37-0 




' 2791 


55.8 




2792 


II. 8 




2793 


7-1 




2794 


16.4 . 

1 


2795 


25.0 




' 2796 


40.8 




2797 


16.9 


G 


2798 


30.3 




2799 


33.3 




2800 






9.9 
9.6 
8.2 

9.0 
8.8 

9-7 
89 

8.8 

9.6 

9-5 

9.6 
8.9 

9-3 
8.9 

7.6 

9-3 
10. o 

9-3 
9.2 

8.6 

7-1 
8.9 

8.6 
8.7 
7.7 

8 6 
10. o 

8.4 

9.0 

8.8 

8.8 
8.8 
92 
8.9 

7-9 

9.1 

9-3 
9.6 

9.8 
9-3 

9.2 
8.8 
9.1 

9-5 
9-5 

9-5 
9.8 
9.2 
9.1 

9-5 



8* 



■23^ 



I 
I 
I 
I 
I 

I 
I 
I 

2 

2 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 

4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 



4 
4 
4 
5 
5 

5 

5 
6 

6 

6 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



18.5 
20.2 
23.6 
25.0 

34- 1 

41.8 

52.3 
56.6 

3.6 

3.6 



2 9.8^ 

2 21.6 

2 513 

2 58.4 

3 2.9 



15.4 
20.4 

23-9 
29.6 

41.0 

48.2 
51.8 

52.9 

55-2 

57-1 

583 
1.6 

6.6 

12.4 

15.8 

16.2 
17.9 
20.3 
26.3 
26.3 

390 
39-6 
56.6 



26.2 
22.0 

18.S 

0.4 
59-7 

18.9 

52.4 

50-4 
6.4 

9-3 

18.4 
46.8 

2.7 

39-4 
20.5 

46.2 
7.0 
8.9 

26.4 

51-5 

1.4 

53-9 
56.0 

58.5 
18.8 

49.0 
26.3 
58.2 
20.5 
26.5 

3.1 

48.3 
32.8 

8.8 

38.8 

23.8 
2.0 
44.8 



References. 



13.8 

17.8 


2.8 
28.3 


44.1 
56.6 

0.6 


32.7 
12.2 

18. 1 


9.8 

22.6 


4.0 
37 


24.3 

34-4 

35.4 
40.2 

45-3 


24.3 
22.3 

56.6 

17-4 
3.9 



CG 

Wm 



CWm 
C 



c 

CG 



Wm 

G 



Wm 

c 



G 
CWm 



CG 



DURCHMUBTEKDNG, — 23". 



133 



• 


1 
1 










• 


1 








I 


1 u 












u 












imbe 


c 6 




8* 


-23° 


References. 


E 


c 6 




8» 


-23° 


References. 


! ^ 












3 


S 














m. 


.% 


/ 








nt. 


'. 


t 


« 


2801 


8.6 


16 


55-1 


57.4 


Wm 


2851 


9.6 


23 


43-6 


54.6 




2802 


9.6 


16 


59-1 


36.9 




2852 


9.2 


23 


46.0 


22.1 




, 2803 


9.2 


17 


4.5 


25.7 




2853 


10. 


23 


54-4 


10.2 




i 2804 


9.2 


17 


13-1 


8.6 


, 


2854 


8.8 


24 


1.4 


55 -o 


B 


2805 


8.8 


17 


19.0 


38.8 




285s 


8.6 


24 


2.3 


566 


Wm 


2806 


8.8 


17 


25.2 


48.8 


CWm 


2856 


9-4 


24 


2.7 


16.8 




2807 


9-4 


17 


27.8 


21.8 




2857 


9-3 


24 


17.7 


0.7 




2808 


9.6 


17 


37-6 


9.0 




2858 


8.9 


24 


19.2 


31-1 


B 


2809 


9-4 


17 


39-9 


57-9 




2859 


9.2 


24 


503 


503 




2810 


9.5 


17 


44.6 


17.7 




2860 


9.2 


24 


53 -o 


-0.8 




281 1 


9.6 


17 


52.6 


49.8 




2861 


8.2 


24 


54-6 


27.0 


CGBWm 


2812 


9.6 


17 


59-3 


7.4 




2862 


8.8 


24 


55.2 


35 -o 


CWm 


I 2813 


9.2 


18 


1.8 


53'^ 




2863 


8.3 


25 


22.2 


30 


CGB 


2814 


9-4 


18 


6.1 


9-4 




2864 


9-3 


25 


39 -o 


16.8 




2815 


9.0 


18 


13-8 


40.9 




2865 


9-5 


26 


10.6 


19.6 




2816 


9-5 


18 


27.2 


6.0 




2866 


9.6 


26 


20.9 


36.2 




2817 


8.3 


18 


36.2 


14. 1 


CG 


2867 


9-4 


26 


22.1 


51.8 


CB 


2818 


9-4 


18 


36.6 


4.0 




286S 


8.8 


26 


27.3 


48.5 


CGB 


2819 


S-S 


18 


49-3 


35-1 


CGBWm 


2869 


9.0 


26 


3I-I 


44.6 


CB 


2820 


8.2 


18 


50.5 


34- 1 


COB 


2870 


9.5 


26 


37-4 


34-4 


G 


2821 


9.0 


18 


54.5 


21.0 




2871 


9-5 


26 


44.0 


II. 9 


1 


2822 


9.6 


19 


II. I 


30.2 




2872 


8.9 


26 


45.8 


7-9 


B 


2823 


9 4 


19 


19-5 


25.6 




2873 


9.0 


26 


56.2 


33.6 


CGB ; 


2824 


9.2 


19 


33-4 


4.0 




2874 


8.4 


26 


59-0 


32.5 


CGBWm 


2825 


8.4 


19 


54-2 


7.7 


COB 


2875 


9-3 


27 


1.6 


19.7 


1 

1 

1 


2826 


9.6 


20 


20.5 


42.6 




2876 


8.0 


27 


4-2 


43-2 


CGBWm 


2827 


9-3 


20 


26.4 


5.6 




2877 


9.6 


27 


38.4 


12.4 


' 


2828 


9-4 


20 


27.1 


-0.6 




2878 


8.7 


27 


41.8 


56.7 


C 


2829 


8.0 


20 


33 


20.6 


COB 


2879 


10. 


27 


57-4 


57-1 




2S30 


8.4 


20 


47-2 


31.6 


CGBWm 


2880 


9.0 


28 


I.I 


37.7 


CB 


2831 


8.8 


20 


54-9 


36 4 


C 


2881 


8.0 


28 


6.4 


20.7 


CGB 


2832 


8.8 


21 


8.4 


42.2 


CB 


2882 


9-3 


28 


9.2 


II. I 




2833 


8.8 


21 


19.6 


56.8 




2883 


8.9 


28 


19.0 


26.9 


B 1 


2834 


9-4 


21 


47.6 


4.8 




2884 


9.2 


28 


24-3 


1.6 




283s 


8.8 


21 


47.6 


59-4 


C 


2885 


9-3 


28 


32.3 


2.9 




2836 


9-3 


21 


50-4 


7-3 


C 


2886 


9.0 


28 


4^-7 


451 


B 


2837 


10.0 


21 


.S4-9 


59-4 




2887 


8.8 


28 


49.0 


46.4 




2838 


10. 


22 


13.8 


13-4 




2888 


8.7 


29 


10.3 


43-5 


BWm 


2839 


9.5 


22 


22.2 


52.4 




. 2889 


9.4 


29 


16.4 


31-9 




2840 


8.3 


22 


23.9 


20.9 


CGB 


2890 


8.8 


29 


35 


44-7 


BGWm 


2841 


8.6 


22 


27.4 


17. 1 


B 


2891 


9-5 


29 


50.6 


36.5 




2842 


8.6 


22 


30.8 


48.5 




2892 


8.8 


29 


55.9 


31.8 


B 


2843 


9-3 


22 


37-7 


21.9 


CB 


2893 


8.1 


29 


5S.6 


5.4 


CGB 


2844 


9-4 


23 


4.1 


31.6 




2894 


9.8 


30 


15-5 


53-6 




2845 


9.4 


23 


6.3 


34.9 




2895 


9-4 


30 


17.6 


9-5 




. 2846 


9.1 


23 


12.0 


51-9 




2896 


9.2 


30 


23.0 


38.8 




^!^Z 


9.2 


23 


20.4 


43-4 




2897 


9.1 


30 


41.0 


r6.3 




2848 


8.3 


23 


33-8 


4.0 


CGB 


2898 


9.9 


30 


47-3 


6.0 




2849 


8.8 


23 


37-0 


48.6 




2899 


9.9 


30 


56.9 


25-5 




2850 

1 


9.0 


23 


42.5 


48.2 




2900 


8.2 

• 


31 


2.6 

1 


48.0 


CGBWm 1 



134 



DURCHMUSTERUNG, — 23"*. 



u 

4) 
E 

z 



2901 
2902 
2903 

2904 
2905 

2906 

2907 

2908 
2909 
2910 

2911 
2912 

2913 
2914 

2915 

2916 

2917 
2918 
2919 

2920 

2921 
2922 

2923 
2924 

2925 

2926 

2927 

2928 
2929 

2930 

2931 
2932 
2933 
2934 
2935 

2936 

2937 
2938 

2939 
2940 

2941 

2942 

2943 

2944 

2945 

2946 

2947 
2948 
2949 
2950 



C 4> 
bDTJ 



8* 



9-3 

9-3 

8.5 
8.6 

9.2 

9-5 
8.4 

10. o 

9 5 
9.2 

8.9 
8.9 

8.7 
9.0 
9.1 

8.7 
9.2 
10. o 
8.7 
9-5 

9-3 
9.6 

8.7 
8.4 

8.3 

8.3 
9.1 

9-' 

8.4 

8.7 

9.0 

9-5 
9.2 

9.6 

1 7.9 

9.2 

7.9 
10. o 

9.6 

9.4 

9.6 

9-3 
9.2 

8.5 
9-7 

9.4 

8.4 

10. o 

8.7 
8.8 



m. 
31 
31 
31 
31 
31 

31 
31 
31 
32 
32 

32 
32 

33 
33 
33 

33 
33 
33 
33 
34 

34 
34 
34 
34 
34 



36 
36 
36 
36 
36 

36 
36 
37 
37 
37 

37 
37 
37 
37 

38 



J. 



•23° References. 



12.8 


8.3 


13-4 


47.7 


20.5 


23- 1 


24.0 


14.6 


24.0 


58.9 


42.2 


47.8 


43-7 


25.8 


56.0 


1.6 


6.5 


45.2 


20.0 


60.0 



25.2 

33.2 
1.9 

25-5 
27.8 

31.0 
31.0 

32.7 
52.1 

2 6 



25.2 
7.0 

17.2 
5-6 
3-3 

18. 1 

19-3 
23.6 

48.9 

16.9 



7.6 


12.7 


8.1 


10.9 


16.2 


49.2 


24.9 


37.2 


35.3 


55-4 



34 


44-9 


52.5 


34 


47-2 


22.4 


34 


56.0 


9.9 


35 


5.6 


46.5 


35 


13.0 


2.6 


35 


17.2 


48.8 


35 


34.8 


05 


35 


36.7 


37.8 


35 


37-4 


18.2 


36 


14.2 


42.3 



14.4 I 37.2 



29-3 
29.8 

35 o 
40.9 



55-4 
23.2 

15.8 

6.8 



■ • 

50.7 


44.6 


51.7 


2.9 


10.8 


46.9 


16.5 


16.3 


22.8 


35-6 



31.2 


26.9 


40.7 


4-5 


49-7 


20.2 


58.7 


43-1 


0.9 


57-4 



B 

CGB 

C 



CB 



CB 



CB 

CB 

C 
CGB 



C 
B 
CGB 

CGBWm 



CGB 



CGBW 



m 



CGBW 



m 



GB 
CGB 



3 



2951 
2952 
1 2953 
2954 
2955 

1 2956 

' 2957 
2958 

2959 
2960 

2961 
2962 

2963 
2964 

29^15 

2966 
2967 
2968 
2969 
2970 

2971 
2972 

1 2973 
2974 

2975 

2976 

2977 

2978 

2979 
2980 

2981 
2982 

2983 
2984 
2985 

2986 
2987 
2988 
2989 
2990 

2991 
2992 

! 2993 
2994 

, 2995 

2996 

2997 
2998 
2999 
3000 



S 4U 



9.0 
6.8 
8.9 
9.6 
9.8 

9-3 
10. o 

9-5 
9.6 

9.6 



8* 



— 23° i References. 



8, 

9 
9 



7 
6 



5 

ilO.O 

I ^'^ 
8.2 

8.0 

8.7 

9.1 
9.8 

9-4 
9.4 

9.0 

9.2 

9-5 

9-3 

9-4 
9.6 

9.2 
9-4 

8.6 
9.4 



8, 

9 

7' 

9 
9- 
9 
9- 



7 
5 
7 

4 

5 

4 
,1 



9.0 

8.9 
9.1 
9.4 
9.2 

9-5 

9.2 
9.8 
9.6 
9.4 

9-3 



w. 

38 
38 
38 

39 
39 

39 

39 

39 
40 

40 

40 
40 
40 

40 
40 

41 
41 
41 
41 
41 

41 
41 
41 
41 
42 

42 

42 
42 

42 
42 

43 
43 
43 
43 
43 

43 
43 
43 
43 
44 

44 
44 
44 
44 
45 

45 

45 

45 
46 

46 









X. 


/ 


3-«; 


20.6 


19.8 


15-7 


56.6 


37-5 


0.7 


34.6 


5-8 
10.0 


2.9 

6. A 



40.6 

52.6 
2.5 

5-7 

14.0 

iS-3 
28.8 

34-9 
49.0 

7-5 
17.8 

24-7 
38.8 

42.2 

46.7 

53-3 

54-3 

55-6 

5.8 

10.2 

33.4 

37-4 
40.9 

44.8 

0.2 

6.4 

8.0 

17.2 

36.4 

42.0 

43 o 

57-6 

59-2 

0.0 

H-5 

48.8 

53.3 
54-0 

1-3 

18.3 

19.0 

44.6 

0.6 

3.3 



51-4 

5-4 

8.2 

23.2 

47-9 
24.0 

21.9 

47.8 
18.2 

39-6 
52.2 
49.9 
50.6 
1.8 

42.9 
28.7 

51-7 

45-4 
27.4 

1.8 
29.7 
24.4 
17.0 

0.1 

17. 1 
24.9 

43-4 
23.1 

24.4 

25.0 
25.0 

5.5 
41.9 

42.7 

16.5 
25.2 
4.6 
58.0 
22.7 

5-3 

TO. I 

20.9 

9.1 

23.0 



CGB 
B 



CB 



CBWm 
CGBWn, 

CB 
CB 



B 



B 

CGBWm 



DUBOHMUSTEBUNG, — 23°. 



136 



• 

kl 


. 










1 

• 

ki 


1 . 








• 


4> 


c <P 












c 6 










B 






8* 


-23° 


References. 






8' 


I ^* 


-23° 


References. 


3 












3 

A 


WW ^^ 










1 

1 




»r. 


jr. 


/ 




nt. 


s. 


/ 




1 3cx)i 


9.6 


46 


4-1 


18. 1 




3051 


9.1 


ss 


17-5 


59-1 




3002 


9.0 


46 


30.0 


44.8 




3052 


8.4 


55 


33.3 


10.9 


GB 


3003 


9.8 


46 


44-4 


12.5 




3053 


8.8 


56 


15.6 


13-5 


GB 


3«H 


9.4 


46 


55-2 


'5-2 




3054 


9.2 


56 


21.8 


25.2 




3005 


9-3 


47 


34.8 


45.8 




3055 


8.0 


56 


28.7 


41.7 


CGWm 


3006 


9.8 


47 


41.4 


4.6 




3056 


9-5 


56 


49.8 


24.4 




3007 


8.6 


47 


46.2 


44-3 


CGBWm 


3057 


9.2 


57 


14.0 


10.5 


B 


3008 


8.8 


47 


49.6 


47.5 




3058 


9.6 


57 


26.0 


48.8 




3009 


9.0 


47 


59-6 


22.3 




3059 


8.0 


57 


30.6 


16.6 


GB 


3010 


9.0 


48 


6.6 


10.8 




1 3060 


8.0 


57 


48.0 


39-9 


CGBWm 


301 1 


8.8 


48 


7.9 


17.9 


C 


1 3061 


9-3 


58 


10.2 


26.0 




3012 


9.1 


48 


12.8 


3-8 




3062 


9-3 


58 


32.6 


41-3 




3013 


8.2 


48 


38.9 


51.2 


CBWm 


3063 


8.6 


58 


35.? 


II. 4 


CGB 


3014 


9-5 


48 


39-4 


3-1 




3064 


8.8 


58 


37.9 


152 


CB 


30^5 


9-5 


48 


41.4 


4-3 




3065 


9.0 


58 


.38.3 


57.7 




3016 


9.0 


48 


45-1 


9.0 


CB 


3066 


8.2 


58 


39-9 


36.2 


CGBWm 


30^ 


9-3 


48 


52.1 


28.5 




3«67 


9.6 


58 


52.8 


7.8 




3018 


9.1 


48 


52.7 


16.7 




3068 


9.6 


59 


1.9 


6.3 




3019 


10. 


49 


21.2 


59-6 




3069 


8.6 


59 


37.8 


9-4 


CB 


3020 

1 


9-5 


49 


30.6 


16.5 




! 3070 


9.0 


59 


42.8 


0.7 




3021 


6.6 


49 


32.4 


15.7 


CGB 


3071 


9-3 


59 


51-2 


54-7 




, 3022 


8.6 


50 


26.6 


47-5 


C 


3072 


7.6 





4.7 


34.3 


CGBWm 


1 3023 


8.7 


50 


27.6 


54-0 


C 


3073 


9.2 





33.0 


32.0 


1 


30^4 


9-4 


50 


37-9 


31.0 




3074 


8.3 


I 


9-i 


26.5 


C 


3025 


9-4 


50 


39-2 


37.3 




3075 


9.0 


I 


9.8 


58.2 




3026 


9.1 


50 


46.3 


1.8 




3076 


9.6 


I 


27.8 


9.6 


1 
1 


3027 


9.2 


51 


25.0 


13.0 




, 3077 


8.6 


I 


37-2 


52.8 


1 
1 


3028 


8.8 


51 


40.2 


8.3 


CB 


' 3078 


8.6 


I 


43-2 


60.2 


1 


3029 


9-3 


51 


50.0 


-0.8 




1 3079 


8.3 


I 


50-4 


21.4 


1 


3030 


8.0 


51 


53-3 


53 -o 


CGWm 


3080 


9-4 




«. 


4.2 


37.6 




3031 


8.6 


52 


2.0 


37.4 


G 


3081 


8.1 


2 


13-4 


18. 1 


c 


3032 


9.0 


52 


5.9 


56.3 




3082 


8.2 


2 


22.0 


9.2 


CB I 


3033 


25 


52 


8.4 


12. 1 




3083 


8.3 


2 


25.8 


33 




3034 


8.6 


52 


10.2 


45-3 




3084 


8.8 


2 


27.0 


52.3 




3035 


8.3 


52 


10.9 


14.9 


CGB 


3085 


8.9 


2 


52.8 


II. 6 




3036 


9-3 


52 


10.9 


12.4 


C 


3086 


8.8 


2 


53.1 


52.4 




3037 


9.1 


52 


20.6 


2.7 


CB 


, 3087 


9.8 


2 


57-8 


8.2 1 


1 


3038 


9.6 


52 


29.4 


1.5 




1 3088 


9.1 


3 


44.3 


34-8 : 


B ' 


3039 


9.8 


52 


39-7 


59-6 




3089 


9.3 


4 


30.2 


34.6 ; 


1 
1 


3040 


9-4 


52 


42.0 


21.3 




1 3090 


9-7 


4 


44.8 


56.0 1 


1 
1 


3041 


8.6 


52 


59-2 


38-7 


CG 


' 3091 


9.6 


4 


45-3 


12.7 


1 


3042 


9.0 


53 


1.8 


43 




3092 


9.4 


4 


54-0 


24-5 


1 


3043 


8.5 


53 


3.4 


37-4 


C 


1 3093 


9.6 


5 


29.4 


13-8 




3044 


7-9 


53 


16.2 


40.4 


CGWm 


3094 


8.9 1 


5 


32.4 


30- 4 


B 1 


3045 


9.9 


53 


35-1 


2.1 




1 3095 


8.8 


5 


47.8 


17.0 




3046 


9-7 


53 


40.4 


8.3 




1 3096 


» ' 
9.2 


5 


57.1 


56.8 




3047 


9-4 


53 


51.8 


21.5 


B 


3097 


9.0 


6 


8.2 


35-9 


B 


3048 


7.3 


54 


29.7 


35.4 


CGBWm 


1 3098 


9.2 


6 


18.0 


6.6 




3049 


8.8 


54 


46.6 


20.5 


B 


3099 


8.8 


7 


3-0 


13.0 




3050 


9.1 


55 


3.6 


l6.2 

1 


B 


1 3100 


9-4 


7 


58.0 


56.3 , 





136 



DUBCHMCSTEBCNG, — 23°. 



ber. 


c «5 










• 


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c 6 








t 


B 


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9* 


-23° 


References. 


E 






9* 


-23" 


References. 


3 


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3 


« c 










z 


S 










55 


IS 


nt. 










m. 


s. 


/ 






9. 


/ 




3IOI 


9-5 


8 


6.0 


7-4 




3151 


9.6 


18 


05 


49-5 




3102 


8.2 


8 


12.6 


21.0 


CGB 


3152 


8.2 


18 


17.4 


12.3 


CGBWc 


3103 


9.6 


8 


32.8 


34.8 




3153 


8.8 


18 


36.8 


-0.6 




3104 


8.6 


8 


5'. 3 


55.3 


C 


, 3154 


9.8 


18 


52.8 


1-3 




3105 


8.8 


9 


309 


50.4 




1 3155 


9.2 


19 


21.9 


8.2 


B 


3106 


9.9 


9 


35.1 


27-3 




3156 


9.2 


19 


27.7 


9.2 




3107 


9.1 


10 


12.8 


35-5 




3157 


9-3 


19 


31-8 


19.7 




3108 


9.1 


10 


54-6 


55-3 


C 


3158 


9-3 


19 


35 


21.2 




3109 


10. 


II 


16.6 


0.6 




3159 


7.2 


20 


8.5 


32.4 


CGBWc 


3110 


9-3 


II 


25-4 


36.1 




3160 


9-3 


20 


56.8 


42.0 




31" 


9-3 


II 


40.9 


54.6 




, 3161 


10. 


20 


58.2 


1.8 




3112 


8.7 


II 


48.4 


24.6 




3162 


9-4 


21 


12.2 


33-2 




3113 


8.9 


12 


12.7 


15-4 


. 


3163 


7-4 


21 


24.4 


3.8 


CBWc 


3"4 


8.9 


12 


16.2 


32.8 




3164 


9.0 


21 


26.4 


43 




3"5 


8.4 


12 


20.8 


50.6 


CGB 


3165 


9-7 


21 


35-6 


4.2 




3116 


8.7 


12 


24.7 


25.5 


GB 


3166 


9.8 


21 


37-6 


16. 1 


B ♦ 


3117 


8.4 


12 


29.4 


8.0 




3167 


8.8 


21 


54-3 


27.7 


3118 


8.7 


12 


56.5 


38.6 


B 


3168 


8.5 


22 


2.4 


48.3 


GB 


3"9 


9.8 


13 


3-7 


9.9 


Wc 


3169 


9.6 


22 


^•5 


-0.2 




3120 


9.6 


13 


42.4 


6.4 




; 3170 


10. 


22 


11.8 


20.1 




3121 


8.8 


13 


45-5 


19.4 


B 


1 

3171 


8.8 


22 


15.' 


259 


B 


3122 


9-5 


H 


9.2 


17.8 


B 


, 3172 


9.6 


22 


25-9 


340 




3123 


9.8 


14 


12.2 


38.8 




3173 


9.6 


22 


29.8 


10.6 




3124 


9-4 


H 


20.2 


18.8 




1 3174 


9.6 


22 


49.8 


41.4 




3125 


8.4 


14 


20.9 


29.2 


CGBWc 


3175 


9.0 


22 


53-2 


II. 6 


B 


3126 


9.4 


H 


52.8 


30.7 




3176 


9.6 


22 


55.2 


57-4 




3127 


8.7 


H 


56.0 


10.4 


B 


3177 


9.6 


23 


20.4 


315 




3128 


8.6 


15 


12.6 


18. 8 


B 


3178 


9.6 


23 


24.0 


2.9 




3129 


9.1 


15 


16.0 


4.8 




3^79 


8.4 


23 


30.6 


53-3 


B 


3130 


9-4 


15 


19.7 


31-4 


CG 


3180 


8.7 


23 


31.0 


47 


B 


3131 


9.0 


15 


21.4 


20.5 




3181 


7.1 


23 


42.1 


38.6 


GB 


3132 


8.4 


15 


22.3 


30- 7 


CGBWc 


3182 


9.0 


23 


42.6 


37-5 




3133 


8.9 


IS 


22.5 


17.2 


B 


I3183 


9-3 


23 


46.1 


5-2 




3134 


9-4 


15 


22.6 


5.4 




3184 


9.6 


23 


56.0 


23.0 




3135 


9-3 


15 


28.0 


22.9 




3185 


9.8 


24 


1-7 


20.1 




3136 


9.2 


15 


37-2 


27-4 


B 


I3186 


9.0 


24 


12.2 


25-9 




3137 


8.9 


15 


38.9 


II. 6 




3187 


9.0 


24 


19.0 


4.6 




3138 


8.8 


15 


42.8 


20.7 




1 3188 


8.6 


24 


24.1 


0.7 


G 


3139 


9.8 


16 


6.6 


5-^.5 




3189 


9.6 


24 


41.4 


0.7 




3140 


9-3 


16 


14.4 


39-0 




3190 


8.0 


24 


42.8 


49.8 


B 


3141 


8.8 


16 


21.9 


18.2 


B 


319' 


9.2 


24 


46.6 


27.6 




3H2 


9.2 


16 


25.8 


49-5 




3192 


7.9 


24 


47-2 


42.4 


CGB 


3143 


9.0 


16 


40.1 


36.2 




3193 


9.1 


24 


49.8 


20.5 




3144 


9.2 


16 


48.7 


35-5 




3194 


9.2 


24 


52.8 


14.6 




3145 


9.1 


17 


14.2 


330 




3195 


9-7 


25 


42.7 


45-2 




3146 


8.0 


17 


17.0 


2.8 


CG 


3196 


9-4 , 


25 


50.4 


42-3 




3147 


8.3 


17 


26.6 


60.5 




3197 


9.6 


26 


16.2 


46.3 


' 


3148 


9.0 


17 


47.8 


10.8 


B 


1 3198 


8.0 


26 


25.0 


9.6 


CGBWc 


3149 


10. 


17 


50.0 


4.8 




3199 , 


9.1 


26 


28.8 


29.4 


C 


3150 


9.8 


17 


58.8 


59-5 




3200 


8.6 

1 


26 


38.6 


304 


C 



DCBCHMD8TEBUNG, — 23°. 



137 



• 

u 

B 


ftgni- 




9* 


-23= 


1 
References. 


• 

Xi 

E 

mm 


1 

C V 




9* 


1 

—23° References. 


1 


2 








1 
1 


3 














m. 


jr. 


f 






tn. 


*, 


# 


3201 


9.6 


26 


41.4 


-0.6 




3251 


8.4 


35 


30-4 


3.2 CGB 


3202 


9-4 


26 


540 


304 




3252 


9.1 


35 


36.4 


0.2 


3203 


8.8 


26 


55-2 


34-5 




3253 


8.8 


35 


38.5 


36.1 1 1 


3204 


9.6 


27 


7-2 


37-9 




3254 


5-0 


35 


41.5 


16.4 CGB ' 


3205 


9-5 


27 


10.5 


43-9 


1 


3255 


8.6 


35 


44.0 


45.7 


3206 


9-7 


27 


12.0 


39 -o 


1 


3256 


8.8 


36 


26.4 


14.4 1 B 1 


3207 


9.8 


27 


16.9 


55-3 




3257 


10. 


36 


26.7 


60.6 


3208 




27 


18.4 


36.9 


1 


3258 


8.7 


3^ 


34-7 


49.7 C 


3209 


8.4 


27 


1S.7 


21.0 




3259 


9.6 


36 


40.4 


43 


3210 


9-5 


27 


340 


36.6 


1 


3260 


9-5 


36 


58.2 


52.2 i j 


3211 


9.9 


27 


41.6 


36.2 


1 


3261 


9-7 


37 


16.0 


48.4 f 


3212 


8.0 


27 


54-6 


53-2 


CGB 1 


3262 


9-7 


37 


18.4 


14.9 


3213 


9-4 


27 


56.7 


9.6 


1 


3263 


8.9 


37 


19.9 


27-5 ' 


3214 


8.4 


28 


10.7 


32.4 


CG 1 


3264 


9.8 


37 


33.0 


12.8 


3215 


9-5 


28 


14.2 


32.4 


1 


3265 


9.2 


38 


26.6 


54-0 ' 


3216 


9-7 


28 


239 


24.0 




3266 


9-7 


38 


35.4 


12.4 ' I 


3217 


9.4 


28 


29.2 


44.2 


1 

1 


3267 


8.8 


38 


36.8 


26.5 C 


3218 


9-5 


28 


35.4 


34-7 




3268 


9.4 


38 


45-4 


56.5 


3219 


8.4 


28 


38.0 


II. 6 


CBWc 


3269 


8.9 


38 


46.6 


48.3 1 


3220 


9.6 


28 


51-4 


13.6 


1 


3270 


9.8 


39 


I.I 


28.7 


3221 


10. 


29 


7-5 


I.I 


• 

1 


3271 


9.1 


39 


1.4 


'2-3 1 


3222 


9-3 


29 


44.2 


56.4 




3272 


9 4 


39 


237 


48.0 


3223 


9-4 


29 


49.8 


3.6 


1 


3273 


8.9 


39 


46.4 


0.0 1 


3224 


8.9 


29 


56.6 


34-0 


BWc 


3274 


9.4 


39 


51.0 


45 -o 


3225 


8.8 


30 


1.8 


49-3 




3275 


9-4 


39 


57-3 


4.4 1 

1 


3226 


8.8 


30 


17.0 


5I-I 


1 

B 


3276 


9.4 


40 


8.0 


16.2 ' 


3227 


8.9 


30 


20 2 


40.9 


I 


3277 


9-3 


40 


12.2 


133 


3228 


8.8 


30 


45.2 


2.6 


1 


3278 


9.0 


40 


134 


3.4 Wc 


3229 


8.9 


31 


16.3 


46.5 


B 


3279 


9.2 


40 


16.2 


37 


3230 


9-7 


31 


311 


17-4 




3280 


9-5 


40 


16.8 


5-4 


3231 


9-4 


31 


49.6 


28.4 


! 


3281 


9-7 


40 


19.8 


9.3 : 


3232 


8.9 


32 


3.0 


9-5 




3282 


9.2 


40 


24.0 


590 ' 


3233 


8.7 


32 


7.8 


45-4 


B 


3283 


8.7 


40 


24.8 


28.4 i 


3234 


8.8 


32 


21.8 


53-5 


1 


3284 


9-5 


40 


32.2 


32.0 i 


3235 


9-4 


32 


27.0 


20.9 


1 


328s 


10. 


40 


41.8 


-0.4, 


3236 


§•' 


32 


55.1 


27.6 


' 


3286 


9.0 


40 


49.0 


54-3 


3237 


8.5 


33 


4-7 


52.7 


CGB 


3287 


9.1 


40 


51-3 


5.0 ' ' 


3238 


10. 


33 


10.4 


154 




3288 


9-4 


40 


58. 5 


44-5 1 


3239 


9.6 


33 


ii>.8 


4.5 




3289 


9.6 


41 


5-9 


28.7 1 


3240 


9-5 


33 


18.4 


309 


C 


3290 


10. 


41 


19.0 


34.6 1 

1 , 


3241 


9-4 


34 


10. 1 


15-9 


1 


3291 


9-4 


41 


28.8 


9 

35-3 i 


3242 


9-4 


34 


15.0 


33-2 


1 
1 


3292 


9.2 


41 


30.3 


23.5 I 


3243 


S3 


34 


21.0 


29- 5 


CGBWc 


3293 


10. 


41 


45-1 


37-2 


3244 


8.8 


34 


36.0 


16.4 


CWc 


3294 


9.8 


41 


52.8 


6.6 1 


3245 


9.0 


34 


36.6 


29.4 


1 


3295 


9-7 


42 


7-7 


''\ 


3246 


8.9 


35 


0.1 


17-4 


1 


3296 


9.8 


42 


8.1 


42.4 , 


3247 


9-4 


35 


1.6 


4.2 


' 


3297 


10. 


42 


8.4 


15-2 , i 


3248 


8.8 


35 


3-4 


34-6 


t 


3298 


8.9 


42 


II. 2 


-0.7 


3249 


9.1 


35 


5-2 


55-6 


1 


3299 


8.7 


42 


18.8 


37.3 B 


3250 


8.2 


35 


25-2 


37-1 


B 


3300 


9.0 


42 


36.0 


37-5 , 



138 



DCRCHMUSTERUNG, — 23°. 



• 


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• 

u 


1 










1 


c a3 




9" 


-23° 


References. 




'5 6 


9*" 


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-23° 


References. 


5 

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3 


•• ^m^ 

S 












Hi. 


s. 


t 




m. 


X. 


t 




3301 


9.0 


42 


36.0 


38.5 




3351 


9-5 


52 


51.4 


44-4 




3302 


• 7-8 


42 


37.0 


58.4 


CG 


3352 


8.7 


53 


22.1 


48.9 


CB 


3303 


1 8.8 


42 


58.8 


-0.6 




. 3353 


9.9 


54 


16.9 


29.9 




3304 


8.8 


43 


8.4 


56.8 




3354 


9.8 


54 


33-4 


32.0 




3305 


9.0 


43 


156 


54-7 




3355 


7.6 


55 


1.8 


7-1 


CGBWcWm 


3306 


8.4 


43 


20.1 


41.2 


CB 


3356 


9.6 


55 


18.5 


45.7 




3307 


9.0 


43 


28.4 


54-1 




3357 


9.8 


55 


19.0 


47.6 




330S 


8.6 


43 


33.8 


48.5 


CB 


3358 


9.6 


55 


28.1 


42.6 




3309 


8.8 


43 


46.9 


57- 1 


C 


3359, 


9.1 


55 


33-6 


54-2 




3310 


9.8 


44 


12.0 


16.3 




3360 


9.1 


55 


49-9 


22.4 




33" 


10. 


44 


28. 8 


36.4 




3361 


9.6 


55 


50-4 


50.4 




33J2 


H 


44 


37.8 


30.2 




3362 


9.4 


55 


50.6 


35-6 




3313 


9.8 


44 


44.9 


I.O 




3363 


9.0 


55 


56.1 


19.4 




33 K 


10. 


44 


56.0 


3-9 




3364 


9-3 


56 


6.4 


35-3 




3315 


9.7 


45 


20.2 


55.6 




3365 


10. 


56 


17.5 


8.0 




3316 


9.2 


45 


20.3 


29.6 


B 


3366 


9.0 


56 


18.0 


43-9 




3317 


7-9 


45 


20.8 


32.0 


CGWc 


3367 


10. 


56 


25.6 


58.8 




3318 


8.9 


45 


21.0 


51 -I 




3368 


8.8 


56 


27.8 


33-4 




3319 


^^ 


45 


34.1 


i<;.o 


C 


3369 


9.8 


56 


42.3 


25.7 




3320 


8.2 


45 


46.6 


5.7 


c 


3370 


9-4 


57 


II. 4 


56.8 




3321 


8.0 


45 


.54- 1 


2.4 


CG 


3371 


8.8 


57 


30.6 


25.2 


CGWcWm 


3322 


9-5 


46 


24-7 


22.8 




3372 


6.4 


57 


38.9 


35-5 


CGBWm 


3323 


8.6 


46 


29.8 


43-6 




3373 


9.0 


57 


41 .6 


13-6 




3324 


8.1 


46 


33-9 


0.1 


CGB 


3374 


9.0 


57 


43-4 


39-7/ 




3325 


! 9.2 


46 


41-5 


390 




3375 


9.0 


57 


56.8 


1S.7 


CWn. 


3326 


8.0 


46 


51-3 


25.0 


CGBWc 


3376 


9-5 


57 


57-5 


47- 1 




3327 


9.2 


47 


17. 1 


0.6 




3377 


9.1 


57 


57.5 


16. 1 




3328 


10. 


47 


17. 1 


27.8 




3378 


92 


57 


59.4 


49-5 




3329 


9.8 


47 


18. 1 


1S.9 




3379 


9.2 


58 


48.8 


53-8 




3330 


9.6 


47 


23.9 


10. 




3380 


9.0 


58 


57-2 


26.6 


CBWm 


3331 


10. 


48 


0.4 


17-7 




3381 


9-7 


59 


7-9 


-0.8 




3332 


9.0 


48 


4.2 


58.8 




3382 


8.8 


59 


21.9 


14.6^ 


B 


3333 


9.1 


48 


23.7 


20.9 




3383 


9-7 


59 


32.0 


13.6 




3334 


9.7 


48 


40.1 


44-2 




3384 


9.0 


59 


35 8 


23.7 




3335 


9.6 


48 


58.2 


42.8 




3385 


7-3 





6.6 


60.1 




3336 


1 9.1 


48 


59-5 


H-3 




3386 


9-4 





12.2 


22.3 




3337 


9.0 


49 


30. f 


54.6 




33S7 


9.0 





136 


53-1 


c 


3338 


8.0 


49 


50.0 


24.9 




3388 


9.8 





54 7 


52.0 




3339 


9.8 


49 


52.2 


33'^ 




3389 


g-^ 





55-3 


59-4 




3340 


8.7 

1 


49 


59-8 


-0.8 




3390 


8.2 


I 


7-1 


40.7 




3341 


9-5 


50 


18.4 


52.6 




3391 


8.6 




9.8 


21.0 


BW.n 


3342 


lO-O 


50 


19.2 


19. 1 




3392 


9-7 


_ 


10.3 


I.I 




3343 


S.8 


51 


27.0 


9.1 


CB 


3393 


9-3 




13-2 


29.7 




3344 


9.6 


51 


40.7 


12. 1 




3394 


9.4 




30-4 


35-2 




3345 


8.4 


51 


54-0 


38.6 


CGB 


3395 


8.5 




35.4 


12.2 




3346 


10. 


52 


4-4 


33-2 




3396 


9-3 




38.1 


34-2 




3347 


8.8 


52 


16. S 


2.5 


C 


3397 


9-4 




40.2 


29.0 




3348 


7-1 


S^ 


25.2 


16.1 


CGBWm 


3398 


8.4 


2 


9-3 


45-6 


B 


3349 


9.1 


52 


26.3 


S6.6 




3399 


9-3 


2 


12.6 


21.0 




3350 


9.2 


52 


28.2 


36.4 




3400 


8.4 


2 


24.6 


12.3 


Wm 



DUBCHMU8TEBUNO, — 23°. 



139 



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1 


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1 
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-23" 


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References. p 


1 
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References. 


3 










' 1 


:^ 














m. 


J. 


r 






tff. 


*. 


t 




3401 


9.0 


2 


33.6 


59-2 


3451 


9.0 


10 


31.8 


60.6 




3402 


t'l 


2 


44.6 


35-3 


3452 


10. 


10 


32.0 


58.4 




3403 


8.8 


2 


52.2 


30.1 


3453 


10. 


10 


41.0 


41.8 




3404 


7.8 


2 


52.7 


II. 2 


3454 


8.9 


10 


45-2 


-I.O 




3405 


8.2 


2 


53-5 


10.5 


Win 3455 


7.7 


10 


45-2 


9-4 


GBWcWm 


3406 


9.8 


3 


4.8 


18.5 


3456 


gi 


II 


17.8 


48.7 




3407 


8.6 


3 


8.0 


15.6 


3457 


8.8 


II 


312 


0.6 


CB 


3408 


9.6 


3 


8.0 


17.6 


3458 


9-4 


II 


35-7 


14.4 




3409 


9.0 


3 


9.2 


17.6 


3459 


9-3 


II 


44.2 


55-6 




3410 


9.2 


3 


9-4 


17.8 


3460 


9.9 


II 


54-9 


44-7 




34" 


8.8 


3 


3I-I 


-0.9 


, 3461 


9.8 


12 


28.6 


-0.1 




3412 


9.9 


3 


44.2 


55.5 


3462 


9-7 


12 


34-8 


48.0 




3413 


9.6 


3 


56.9 


50.0 


3463 


9.6 


12 


48.6 


53-6 


1 


3414 


9-3 


4 


6.3 


II. 6 


3464 


9-7 


13 


7.4 


34.7 




3415 


8.9 


4 


13.2 


10.2 


3465 


8.8 


13 


21.3 


38.4 


1 


3416 


10. 


4 


23.1 


54.5 


3466 


8.8 


13 


22.1 


2.0 


CWm 


3417 


8.8 


4 


40.8 


10.2 


3467 


9-5 


13 


22.7 


29.9 


' 


3418 


9-4 


4 


41.0 


0.7 


3468 


9.6 


13 


59-2 


22.4 




3419 


9-3 


4 


46.9 


55.1 


3469 


9.2 


H 


H 


17-4 




3420 


9-9 


4 


509 


52.8 


3470 


10. 


14 


12.8 


28.6 1 




3421 


10. 


4 


55-2 


54-3 


3471 


10. 


14 


30-8 


29.1 




3422 


9.6 


5 


7-1 


50.8 


3472 


6.8 


14 


39-2 


0.0 


G 


3423 


9.9 


5 


20.2 


52.6 


3473 


9i 


H 


56.2 


0.0 


— _ 1 


3424 


9.8 


5 


23.4 


18.5 


3474 


7.8 


15 


3.0 


43 -o 


COB ' 


3425 


10. 


5 


24.2 


54.3 


3475 


9-3 


15 


12.9 


41. 1 




3426 


8.7 


5 


30.2 


22.7 


Wm 3476 


9-4 


15 


21.4 


28.2 


1 

1 


3427 


8.9 


6 


3-4 


6.1 


3477 


9.1 


15 


390 


47.6 


1 


3428 


9.6 


6 


9.0 


38.1 


, 3478 


8.6 


15 


51-9 


6.9 


C ' 

1 


3429 


8.6 


7 


3-2 


31.6 


3479 


8.5 


15 


52.0 


2.4 


c 1 


3430 


9.4 


7 


"•3 


18.0 


3480 


8.8 


15 


53-2 


23-3 


1 


3431 


10. 


7 


15-9 


56.4 


3481 


9.0 


15 


55-6 


13.4 




3432 


9.2 


7 


20.2 


35-2 


3482 


7.4 


16 


10.2 


36.2 


CGBWm ; 


3433 


6.2 


7 


21.8 


5.6 


CBWcWm 34S3 


10. 


17 


4.0 


14.3 


1 

1 


3434 


9-5 


7 


34-0 


37-8 


3484 


8.9 


17 


22.1 


42.4 


1 


3435 


9.0 


8 


0.0 


1 5^-o 


B 3485 


8.0 


17 


28.1 


53 -o 


GB 


3436 


9-4 


8 


18.8 


41.8 


3486 


9.6 


17 


34.0 


38.5 


I 


3437 


8.6 


8 


22.2 


60.4 


3487 


9.0 


17 


40.0 


-0.6 




3438 


9.6 


8 


50.8 


44-3 


3488 


8.8 


17 


56.3 


22.8 


• 


3439 


10. 


8 


55-2 


' 56.9 


3489 


9.8 


'^0 


22.2 


ii.8 


1 


3440 


9.0 


8 


57-2 


1 -0.4 


3490 


9.8 


18 


52.6 


20.2 




3441 


9-4 


8 


•58.6 


59-2 


3491 


10. 


19 


10.4 


54.8 


1 


3442 


9.8 


9 


II. 6 


42.8 


3492 


10. 


19 


20.1 


34.1 


■ 


3443 


9.1 


9 


13-4 


i 59-8 


3493 


9.8 


19 


26.4 


»3-3 


1 


3444 


9.0 


9 


14-3 


15.0 


3494 


9.0 


19 


42.0 


18.8 




3445 


10. 


9 


30.2 


59-2 


3495 


9.0 


19 


46.4 


7.8 


1 
1 


3446 


10. 


9 


43-2 


56.4 


3496 


8.9 


20 


II. I 


44.0 


1 


3^7 


9.0 


9 


57-6 


2.0 


3497 


9-4 


20 


17.6 


46.2 




3448 


8.6 


9 


59- 1 


56.3 


349S 


9.0 


20 


24.6 


27.6 


1 


3449 


10. 


10 


II. 8 


55-5 


3499 


8.0 


20 


29.0 


2.8 


CWcWm 


3450 


8.6 


10 


25,7 


J 28.6 


3500 


•8.9 


20 




49.0 


19.6 


1 



140 



DCBCHMUSTEBUNO, — 23°. 



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-n° 


References. 


S 


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1 

1 














fW. 


s. 


' 






m. 


X. 


r 




3501 


9.0 


20 


57-6 


43-3 




3551 


8.9 


30 


20.2 


29.2 




3502 


8.8 


20 


58.3 


57-4 




3552 


9.1 


30 


49-3 


35-2 




3503 


8.0 


20 


59-4 


7.8 


CBWcWm 


3553 


8.3 


31 


39-6 


46.9 


CBWt 


3504 


9.0 


21 


9-7 


53-3 




, 3554 


8.7 


31 


42.0 


'7-5 


Wm 


3505 


8.8 


21 


28.4 

1 


31.5 




3555 


9.3 


31 


47.8 


18.0 




3506 


8.6 


21 


48.1 


39-7 


c 


3556 


9.8 


32 


4.8 


56.1 




3507 


8.6 


21 


50.8 


1-5 


B 


3557 


8.6 


32 


18.8 


41.2 


BWi 


3508 


8.5 


21 


52.8 


41.8 


C 


3558 


9.9 


32 


53 -o 


51.6 




3509 


8.7 


22 


4.8 


51-4 




3559 


8.8 


33 


16.3 


57.8 


C 


3510 


8.9 


22 


25-1 


32^8 




3560 


9.8 

• 


33 


21.4 


33.8 




351 1 


9.1 


22 


49-3 


40.7 




3561 


9-7 


33 


25.9 


48.3 




3512 


9.0 


22 


51-5 


43-7 




3562 


8.7 


33 


26.6 


50.6 




3513 


9.2 


23 


8.9 


28.6 




3563 


8.5 


33 


28.7 


55-1 


Wi 


35H 


9.2 


23 


1S.7 


42.8 




3564 


10. 


33 


47- 1 


6.1 




3515 


9.1 


23 


251 


12.0 




3565 


8.8 


33 


58.8 


47-3 


Wt 


3516 


8.3 


23 


32.6 


6.8 


W.Wm 


3566 


9.0 


34 


13.0 


52.5 




3517 


8.6 


23 


33.9 


57-4 


C 


3567 


8.9 


34 


14.9 


31.2 




3518 


8.4 23 


54-7 


-0.6 




3568 


9.5 


34 


16.6 


2.8 




3519 


8.7 


24 


0.0 


12.2 




3569 


9.1 


34 


27.1 


55-5 




3520 


9-7 


24 


5.6 


60.4 




, 3570 


9.1 


34 


50.6 


57-1 




3521 


9.6 


24 


7-4 


4.8 


■ 


' 3571 


9.6 


35 


28.8 


34.2 




3522 


8.1 


24 


12. 5 


26.3 


C 


3572 


9.2 


35 


34-7 


4.0 




3523 


8.8 


24 


24.4 


13-7 




, 3573 


9-7 


35 


39-8 


39-3 , 




3524 


9-3 


24 


47.8 


29.2 




3574 


9-4 


35 


47.7 


43.7 ' 




3525 


8.9 


24 


49-7 


10.7 




3575 


9.6 


36 


16.6 


40.4 




3526 


8.8 


24 


58.2 


43-8 




3576 


10. 


36 


16.6 


159 




3527 


8-5 


25 


6.4 


48.5 


CBWt 


, 3577 


9.8 


36 


28.3 


47.8 > 




3528 


9-3 


25 


26.0 


17.2 




'3578 


8.7 


36 


313 


58.5 ' 


Wt 


3529 


8.2 


25 


30- 4 


47-2 


CGBWi 


3579 


9.0 


36 


53-5 


10.7 




3530 


9.8 


25 


50.1 


33-4 




1 3580 


8.9 


37 


4-2 


33-4 




3531 


8.7 


25 


57 -o 


34.8 


B 


3581 


9.6 


37 


30.6 


22.4 




3532 


9.6 


26 


16.2 


22.0 




3582 


7.6 


37 


3I-I 


14.4 


GBWcWm 


35g3 


9.9 


26 


22.2 


35-4 




3583 


9.7 


37 


53-4 


18.4 




3534 


9.6 


26 


52.8 


17.6 




3584 


8.8 


38 


4.5 


49-3 


BWi 


3535 


6.6 


27 


7.8 


0.7 


GB 


3585 


9.1 


38 


27.4 


II. 4 




3536 


7.8 


27 


20.2 


33-5 


CWiWm 


3586 


9.8 


38 


40.0 


24.4 




3537 


9-4 


27 


35 


16.6 




3587 


9.6 


38 


41. 1 


43 




3538 


8.8 


28 


4.8 


27.2 




3588 


9-5 


39 


19.0 


14.9 1 




3539 


9.0 


28 


8.0 


58.2 




3589 


10. 


39 


193 


42.0 




3540 


8.9 


28 


17.6 


13.6 




3590 


9.8 


39 


27.2 


10.4 1 




354^ 


9-5 


28 


309 


30.8 




3591 


9.0 


39 


41-3 


29.9 




3542 


9-7 


28 


40.7 


5.7 




3592 


8.8 


39 


41-7 


49-9 ' 


CWt 


3543 


9-3 


28 


47.2 


56.1 




3593 


10. 


40 


H 


13.8 




3544 


9.6 


29 


25-4 


23.6 




3594 


9.2 


40 


4.8 


36.0 , 




3545 


9.9 


29 


28.6 


34-9 




3595 


9.2 


40 


6.6 


32.1 , 




3546 


8.2 


29 


30.6 


48.2 


Wt 


3596 


8.1 


40 


12.2 


47.6 


G 


3547 


9.2 


30 


0.3 


6.7 




3597 


9-7 


40 


22.1 


36.5 




3548 


9-4 


30 


9.8 


48.2 




3598 


9.6 


40 


33 


44-8 , 




3549 


9.6 


30 


II. 8 


34.5 




3599 


91 


40 


51-4 


55-9 




3550 


8.6 


30 


13.6 


8.1 


WcWm 


3600 


9.4 


40 


57.1 , 


52.4 





DUBCHMUSTEBUNG, — 23°. 



141 



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c 03 

IS 



lO* 



3601 
3602 
3603 
3604 
3605 

3606 
3607 
3608 

3609 
3610 

361 1 

3612 

3613 
3614 
3615 

3616 

3617 

3618 

3619 
3620 

3621 

3622 

3623 
3624 

3625 

3626 

3627 
3628 
3629 

3630 

3631 
3632 
3633 
3634 
3635 

36^ 

3637 

3638 

3639 
3640 

3641 
3642 

3643 
3644 
3645 

3646 

3647 
3648 

3649 
3650 



9.2 
9.2 

9-4 
9.8 

8.5 

9-5 
9.8 

9.0 

9.8 

9.6 

9.6 
9.9 
8.2 
9.0 
9.8 

S^3 
10. o 

8.4 

9-4 
8.8 

8,6 
9.0 
9.8 
9.8 
9.2 

9.8 

9-3 
8.8 
9.6 
9.6 

8.4 
9.6 
9.2 
9.1 
9.1 

9.8 
8.8 
8.4 
10. o 
9.1 

8.2 

8.3 
9.8 

9-3 
9.4 

9.9 
9.6 
9.8 
9.9 
9.2 



m. 

41 
41 
41 
42 
42 

42 
42 
42 

43 
44 

44 
44 
45 
45 
45 

45 
45 

45 
46 
46 

46 

47 
4S 

48 
48 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 

49 
49 
49 
49 
50 

50 
50 
50 
51 
51 



J. 
15.8 

31-4 
40.0 

8.0 

10.9 

35-4 
54-2 

55-4 
9.2 

9.8 

35-9 
49.0 

03 
21.6 

43.8 

50- 4 

50-5 

57-5 
40.6 

47-4 

50.0 

43.4 
8.8 

13-5 
20.6 

21.4 
21.8 
30.0 

35-3 
51.6 

0.9 

7-9 
10.7 

50.6 

14.2 

15.8 
27.2 

47-4 
20.9 

31-5 



-23^ 



References. 



51 31-7 

51 32.8 

52 1.4 

52 54-8 

53 7.9 



53 
54 
54 
54 
54 



51-4 

5-0 

7-4 
8.6 

32.7 



6.8 
40.1 

4.8 
30.0 
40.9 

6.4 
46.2 
60.5 

9.0 

38.5 

0.4 

23-7 

36.3 

540 
32.0 

56.1 

3I-I 
59-2 
21. 1 

34 o 

19.6 
25.2 

7-2 

19. 1 
59-9 

6.2 

3-2 
152 
27.1 
10.4 

16.2 

6.7 

55-3 
14.9 

38.3 

53-2 
9.1 
16.0 
13.6 
53-2 

26.1 
46.8 
24.0 

32.5 
53.6 

33.8 

35-9 

57-1 

45-3 
4.6 



CGBWcWm 

CBWi 

CGBWi 

CWm 



W 



m 



w 



m 



GBWcWm 



CGBWcWm 



CGBWcWm 

CGBWt 



u 

a 



3651 

1 3652 

1 3653 
3654 

1 3655 

; 3656 

I 3657 
3658 

' 3659 
3660 

I 3661 
3662 
'3663 
3664 
3665 

3666 

3667 

I 3668 

I 3669 

' 3670 

I 

3671 
3672 
, 3673 
3674 
3675 

! 3676 
3677 

1 3678 

1 3679 
: 3680 

I 

' 3681 
1 3682 

: 3683 
3684 

i 3685 

3686 
3687 
3688 
3689 
3690 

3691 
3692 

3693 
3694 
3695 

3696 

3697 
3698 

3699 
3700 



bo's 



9.7 
9.8 
9.0 
9.6 
9.0 

9.2 

8.7 
8.9 

9-5 
8.2 

9.8 

8.7 

9-5 
9.0 

9-5 

10. o 

9-4 
9.6 

9.4 

9.6 

9.1 
9.1 
8.9 
9.2 
9.0 

9-7 
10. o 

9.0 

9-7 
8.9 

9.8 
7.8 
9.9 
8.8 
8.4 

9.0 

8.4 

9-3 
9-5 
9-5 

9.4 

9-7 

9-5 
10. o 

9.6 

9.1 
10. o 

9-7 

9.7 
8.8 



10* — II* 

1 


-23° 


References. 


w. *. 


/ 




54 34-9 


58.4 




54 39-4 


8.1 




54 42.0 


36.4 




54 55-2 


4.6 




54 55-6 


49.2 




55 2.8 


14.4 




55 "-6 


58.6 


Wt 


55 34-5 


30.0 




55 51-9 


53-7 




55 52.6 


12.4 


GBWcWm 


55 58.8 


43 -o 




56 20.2 


0.0 




56 33-9 


38.1 




56 42.3 


50.4 




56 534 


30.6 




56 56.2 


25.6 




57 ii-i 


20.9 




57 12.6 


16.4 




57 16.0 


7.0 




57 25.6 


-0.9 




57 42.4 


48.2 




57 46.8 


41.8 




58 7-4 


48.2 




58 16.8 


30.0 




58 34-0 


12.0 




58 40-5 


28. 2 




58 53-2 


30 




59 0.2 


41.8 




59 35-6 


41-3 




59 36.0 


45.0 




59 46.6 


i8.8 




59 53 


22.0 


CGBWcWm 


59 56.4 


36.8 




45-4 


0.4 


C 


54-5 


4.8 


CGBWcWm 


59 6 


48.6 




I 21.4 


44.0 


CWi 


2 25.5 


30.0 




2 32.0 


47-9 




2 42.0 


34-3 




2 48.3 


18.4 




3 17-1 


52.6 




3 57-8 


390 




4 3-2 


37-2 




4 8.2 


44-3 




4 13-5 


36.6 




4 46.6 


18.2 




5 9-4 


24.0 




5 29.2 


24.6 




5 42.1 


1-3 


Wm 



142 



DUBCHM0STEEUNG, — 23". 



• 

u 


1 










u 


1 










£ 


c <U 










' % 


c 6 










B 

3 


<s2 


] 


II* 


-23° 


References. 


s 

3 




] 


tl* 


-23° 


References. 


z 


S 










1 Z 


s 














/». 


t. 


/ 






m. 


X. 


f 




3701 


9.0 


5 


44.2 


3-5 


Wm 


3751 


9.1 


17 


12.7 


60.5 




3702 


9.6 


6 


3.5 


38.7 




3752 


8.4 


17 


30.6 


40.4 


CWt 


3703 


9.0 


6 


8.5 


60.2 




3753 


9-4 


17 


41.6 


31.0 




3704 


9.2 


6 


9.4 


60.5 




3754 


9.8 


17 


47-4 


49-3 


! 


3705 


9.8 


6 


9.8 


^3-2 




3755 


8.7 


18 


12.4 


60.5 




3706 


9.1 


6 


22.7 


36.0 


Wt 


3756 


9.0 


18 


51.8 


25.6 


B 


3707 


9-4 


6 


27.8 


-i.o 




3757 


9-7 


18 


55.3 


21.9 




3708 


9-5 


7 


14 2 


56.6 




3758 


9-4 


19 


8.7 


0.2 




3709 


9.8 


7 


25-4 


16.2 




3759 


9.6 


19 


24.0 


2.3 




3710 


9.8 


7 


304 


8.8 


• 


3760 


8.6 


20 


8.8 


1.6 


BWm 


37" 


8.9 


7 


31.5 


53-5 




1 3761 


7.6 


20 


9.1 


22.4 


CGB 


3712 


8.2 


7 


47.8 


41-7 


Wt 


3762 


9.6 


20 


10.2 


49.4 




3713 


9.9 


8 


6.6 


35 




3763 


7.6 


20 


17-3 


17.0 


CGB 


3714 


9-7 


8 


8.0 


7-3 




3764 


7-7 


21 


II. 2 


2.2 


GBWm 


3715 


8.4 


8 


136 


44-5 


Wt 


1 3765 


9.1 


21 


28.6 


1.2 


B 

1 


3716 


10. 


8 


19.6 


38.9 




3766 


8.6 


21 


46.4 


57-6 


CWt 


3717 


9.2 


8 


52.5 


30.8 




3767 


8.9 


21 


58.0 


45-9 


r 


3718 


9-5 


8 


55-4 


16.7 




3768 


9-3 


22 


4.7 


6.7 




3719 


9.1 


9 


13-1 


50-5 




' 3769 


9-3 


22 


5-2 


3-2 




3720 


8.3 


9 


14.7 


15-7 


CB 


' 3770 

1 


9-4 


22 


16.0 


0.8 




3721 


9.9 


9 


23.6 


36.6 




' 3771 


6.3 


22 


26.3 


39-6 


GBWt 


3722 


9.1 


9 


29.2 


41.4 




1 3772 


8.7 


22 


36.4 


41. 1 


CB 


3723 


9-4 


9 


44.8 


43-3 




' 3773 


9.8 


23 


9-4 


II. 6 




3724 


8.4 


10 


13-5 


34-9 


CGWtWm 


3774 


2-5 


24 


7-7 


56.1 




3725 


9-7 


10 


24.0 


2.2 




3775 


8.6 


24 


II. 9 


30.0 


Wm 


3726 


9-4 


10 


34-0 


3-2 




1 

3776 


9.2 


24 


18.2 


II. 2 




3727 


8.8 


10 


39-2 


4-7 




3777 


9.7 


24 


18.8 


39-1 




3728 


8.2 


10 


40.0 


II. 4 


CGB 


3778 


8.0 


24 


35-2 


43-9 


CGBWi 


3729 


9-7 


10 


54-7 


24.9 




3779 


9.8 


24 


514 


37.5 




.3730 


9.8 


II 


22.9 


17.3 




3780 


8.2 


25 


35-9 


7.2 


CGBWra 


3731 


7.0 


II 


27.8 


33 


CGBWiWm 


3781 


9.1 


25 


37 -o 


47-4 




3732 


8.6 


II 


55-4 


7.6 


BWm 


3782 


7.8 


25 


47-7 


6.6 


CGBWm 


3733 


10. 


12 


14. 1 


43-3 




3783 


8.9 


26 


19.8 


55-7 


BWt 


3734 


9-3 


12 


28.9 


58.7 




1 3784 


10. 


26 


28.4 


58.1 




3735 


9.2 


13 


40.6 


20.8 




'3785 


9-7 


26 


48.1 


38.9 




3736 


9.8 


13 


48.3 


24 3 




3786 


9.7 


26 


54-8 


27-5 


% 


3737 


9-7 


M 


8.8 


23.6 




, 3787 


9.6 


27 


7.0 


45-9 




3738 


9-7 


H 


II. 4 


26.4 




3788 


8.4 


28 


6.1 


30 


Wm 


3739 


7-4 


H 


16.8 


12.2 


GBWm 


,3789 


9.1 


28 


9-4 


II. 6 




3740 


9.0 


14 


21.9 


58.5 




, 3790 


8.8 


28 


9-4 


46.0 


Wt 


3741 


9-7 


H 


22.4 


26.6 




3791 


8.9 


28 


19-3 


57-2 


B 


3742 


7.6 


14 


390 


23-4 


CBWm 


3792 


9.6 


28 


33-4 


40.0 




3743 


9.0 


14 


45-9 


54-9 




3793 


9.0 


28 


38.9 


3-4 


Y^ 


3744 


9.2 


14 


46.8 


239 




3794 


9.0 


28 


50.2 


52.0 


B 


3745 


8.3 


14 


56.8 


58.5 


CWt 


3795 


9-4 


28 


51.8 


41-5 




3746 


10. 


H 


58.9 


21. T 




' 3796 


9.4 


28 


59-1 


16.0 




3747 9-5 


15 


10.6 


19.9 




3797 


7.0 


29 


31.0 


38.2 


CGBWtWm 


3748 9-9 


15 


39-4 


44.8 




3798 


9-5 


30 


20.1 


29.9 


•■^^TT 


3749 9-1 


15 


40.9 


7-5 




3799 


8.7 


30 


48.6 


59-0 


CWt 


3750 1 9-0 

1 


15 


58.5 


44-7 




, 3800 


9.9 


31 


3.4 


41.0 





DURCHMU8TERUNG, — 23°. 



143 



• 

u 


1 










u 


1 

.V4 










E 


C 43 

G6 * > 


ii» 


-23° 


References. 


0) 

1 . 


c 6 
c« 2 




ti» 


-23° 


References. 




IS 










3 

z 


♦» 

S 














m. 


s. 


/ 








rn. 


s. 


/ 




3801 


9.8 


31 


9.8 


48.4 




3851 


9.3 


45 


II. 


14.9 




1 3802 


8.8 


31 


22.0 


3.0 


Wm 


3852 


9-3 


45 


13.0 


6.2 




3803 


9.6 


31 


28.4 


38.5 




3853 


9.4 


45 


I5-I 


.34-5 




3804 


7.0 


31 


44-4 


53.9 


CGWi 


3854 


9-7 


45 


20.2 


20.4 




' 3805 


8.3 


31 


46.7 


30.2 


GBWm 


3855 


8.2 


45 


28.1 


40.3 


CGBWm 


: 3806 


9.6 


32 


26.3 


13.6 




3856 


10. 


45 


33-2 


13.6 




3807 


9.2 


32 


27.4 


21.9 


B 


3857 


9.2 


45 


39-6 


35.2 




3808 


9.8 


33 


5.3 


40.4 




3858 


8.2 


45 


59-4 


46.9 


CGBWiWm 


3809 


9.6 


33 


50.6 


50.8 




3859 


9-4 


46 


9.2 


12. 1 




3810 


8.7 


33 


55-3 


32.8 


BW.Wm 


3860 


8.8 


46 


132 


6.2 


B 


381 1 


8.9 


34 


2.4 


16.4 


BWm 


3861 


8.6 


46 


29.8 


39-4 


CGBWiWm 


3812 


9-4 


34 


10.6 


57-3 




3862 


9.4 


46 


31.0 


28.8 




3813 


9.0 


34 


38.8 


3-4 




3863 


9.6 


46 


33-6 


20.8 




3814 


7.2 


34 


40.7 


34-4 


CGBWtWm 


3864 


9.6 


46 


40.1 


55.8 




3815 


9.2 


35 


7-4 


12.6 




3865 


9.1 


46 


44-5 


57.9 


C 


3816 


8.4 


36 


3-1 


56.3 


CGBWt 


3866 


9.6 


46 


55-1 


34-2 




3817 


9-5 


36 


10.2 


4.6 




1 3867 


9.2 


47 


30.0 


53-9 




3818 8.3 


36 


18.2 


24.6 


CBWm 


, 386S 


9.2 


47 


57-3 


5.6 




3819 


9-5 


36 


37-7 


43.8 


B 


3869 


9-5 


48 


0.4 


22.6 




3820 


9.6 


36 


51-7 


24.7 




3870 


9-3 


48 


7-4 


32.9 




3821 


9.0 


37 


16.3 


13- 1 




3871 


9-4 


48 


23.6 


33-6 




3822 


9.0 


37 


52.0 


40.0 


CGB 


3872 


9-4 


48 


38.0 


58.7 




3823 91 


38 


0. 1 


34 I 


CB 


3873 


9.8 


49 


53-2 


54.2 




3824 


9.6 


39 


1.2 


5.6 




3874 


8.1 


50 


10. 


517 


CGBWt 


3825 


9.1 


39 


3.0 


55.0 


C 


3875 


9-7 


50 


14.0 


45-4 




3826 


7.4 


39 


10.3 


40.1 


CGB 


3876 


8.6 


50 


23.1 


58.4 


B 


3827 


9.0 


39 


34.8 


8.6 


C 


3877 


9.2 


50 


24.2 


34.2 




3828 


10. 


40 


20.0 


28.2 




3878 


9.9 


50 


26.8 


58.6 


C 


3829 


9.2 


40 


27.4 


31.8 




3879 


8.4 


50 


32.7 


42.0 


GBWt 


3830 


9.S 


40 


53.8 


0.6 




3880 


9-3 


50 


39-6 


59-4 


• 


3831 


9-7 


41 


4.6 


21.8 




3881 


8.1 


50 


49-5 


7-2 


CGWcWm 


3832 


9.0 


41 


9.8 


12.7 




3882 


9-4 


50 


53 •« 


52.2 




3833 


9-4 


41 


17.8 


42.4 




3883 


8.3 


50 


56.9 


30.6 


BWm 


3834 


9.2 


41 


25.5 


4-2 




3884 


9.1 


51 


5.6 


2.2 


c 


3835 


10. 


4^ 


313 


0.2 




3885 


9.4 


52 


30 


52.7 




3836 


9-4 


41 


43.9 


24.0 




^^ 


9.6 


52 


37-8 


22.8 




3837 


9.8 


41 


59-6 


33-2 




3887 


8.8 


52 


57.8 


30 


WcWm 


3838 


9-4 


42 


4.2 


52.8 




3888 


9-5 


53 


0.4 


53 -o 




3839 


9-5 


42 


8.9 


56.6 




3889 


9.6 


53 


1-4 


44.8 




3840 


9.8 


43 


41. 1 


45-0 




3890 

[ 


7.8 


53 


5-4 


39-1 


CBWt 


3841 


9.6 


43 


52.8 


22.8 




3891 


8.6 


53 


52.6 


7-4 


CGB 


3842 


9.6 


43 


53-3 


37-4 




3892 


9.6 


54 


24.4 


58.6 




3843 


9.1 


43 


55 -o 


293 


CWm 


3893 


.9-6 


54 


27.6 


-0.7 




3844 


9-J 


43 


59-4 


30.2 




3894 


9-5 


54 


42.2 


42.4 




3845 


7.8 


44 


6.0 


2.4 


CGWm 


3895 


9.2 


54 


58.5 


32.4 




3846 


8.8 


44 


10. 1 


0.2 


CB 


3896 


8.2 


55 


50 


14-3 


CWcWm 


3847 


9.6 


44 


21.2 


2.4 




3897 


9-4 


55 


II. 8 


49.2 




3848 


8.8 


44 


29.6 


4-9 


CWm 


3898 


9.2 


55 


58.3 


17.8 




3849 


9.0 


44 


307 


3-9 


B 


3899 


9-7 


56 


4-2 


45-8 




3850 


9-3 


44 


39-2 


22.0 




1 3900 


9-5 


56 


14.8 


57.0 





144 



DURCHMUSTERUNG, — 23**. 



3901 
3902 

3903 
3904 
3905 



391 ' 
3912 

3913 
39H 
3915 



3931 
3932 
3933 
39^4 
3935 




-1 .0 





1 • 


f 




' u 


.*« 




' ^ 


C <o 


References. 


: E 

3 


|l 




4. 


^ 




1 3951 


9.2 


CB 


3952 


9-5 


C 


1 3953 


8.6 




3954 


9-7 


CBWcWm 


3955 


9-4 




3956 


2' 




3957 


8.9 


CWc 


3958 


9-5 


B 


3959 


8.7 


CB 


1 3960 


8.3 




3961 


9-4 


CGBWc 


3962 


9.8 


C 


3963 


8.8 


CWt 


3964 


9.6 




, 3965 


9.2 




3966 


8.0 


CGBWt 


3967 


8.6 




396S 


91 




3969 


9.0 


G 


3970 


8.7 


CB 


3971 


9.6 




3972 


8.0 




' 3973 


8.6 




3974 


8.4 




' 3975 


9.6 


C 


' 3976 


8.3 




3977 


9 4 




3978 


9-4 




3979 


8.0 


C 


3980 


8.4 




3981 


9.2 




3982 


9.9 




3983 


9.0 




3984 


8.0 




, 3985 


10. 




3986 


9-5 


CGB 


' 3987 


9 9 




3988 


9.8 


C 


' 3989 


9.2 




3990 


9.4 


B 


3991 


9.8 




3992 


9.8 




3993 


9.2 




' 3994 


9.6 


C 


' 3995 


9.6 




' 3996 


9.6 




1 3997 


9.8 


CGB 


399S 


9.0 


CGB 


1 3999 


9.2 




, 4000 


8.0 



J 2' 



-23' 



w. 



12 
12 

13 
13 
14 

H 
H 

H 

14 

H 

14 
15 
15 
15 
15 

16 

i6' 

16 

17 
17 



s. 



II 24.4 

II 44.4 

12 0.7 

12 3.9 

12 48.8 



57-2 

59-0 
4.8 

34-3 
0.9 

16.2 
17. 1 
32.2 
33-6 
35-3 

54.8 
II .2 
22.6 
25.2 

310 

30 

34.3 

38.5 
16.2 

39-0 



17 


44-5 


18 


0.4 


18 


19.0 


18 


46.2 


19 


18.0 


19 


29.4 


^9 


52.4 


19 


59-2 


20 


6.7 


21 


42.6 


21 


47-7 


21 


58.2 


22 


14-5 


22 


18.0 


22 


54.2 


23 


17.0 


23 


21.4 


23 


57.8 


23 


58.6 


24 


10.7 


24 


15-4 


24 


26.3 


24 


37.8 


24 


56.2 


25 


1.2 



34-5 
33.6 
12.3 
40.6 
23.2 

27.2 

51-7 

32.9 
12.3 

253 

46.1 

2.3 

53-1 
40.6 

32.9 

25.8 
16.3 
30.8 

34.2 
26.3 

2.3 
26.3 

43-5 
1.8 

II. 8 

35-2 
45-6 
33-2 
27.9 

58.7 
39-2 



References. 



CB 



CB 



CGB 



CGB 
G 



B 



CBWc 

B 

C 



CGB 



CGWc 
CGB 



4.0 
55-5 


C 


55-4 


CGB 


7.8 




22.7 




30.8 




32.3 




0.4 




44.6 




4-4 




4-4 




2.8 




42.7 




32.8 




35-2 




39-2 




32.3 


CB 


4.8 


B 


23-7 


GBWc 




• 



\ 



DUBCHMUSTEBUNO, — 23 



145 



• 


1 
1 •»* 










• 


1 










4> 


1 c ^ 












C <U 










E 

3 


«2 




12* 


-23° 

• 


References, i 


3 


«5 




I3» 


-23° 


References. 


:zj 


IS 








1 


% 


IS 










»f. 


s. 


1 


1 




m. 


*. 


/ 




4001 


9.6 


25 


20.6 


28.3 




4051 


9.8 


38 


29.4 


18.4 




4002 


9.0 


25 


25-7 


33.8 


• 


4052 


9.8 


38 


48.2 


25.8 




4003 


9.2 


25 


38.1 


22.4 




4053 


9.9 


39 


14.7 


45-1 




4004 


9.2 


26 


9.8 


54-5 


% M 


4054 


9-7 


39 


34-1 


29.2 




4005 


9-4 


26 


33.4 


60.2 


F 


4055 


9-4 


39 


42.0 


42.9 




4006 


8.3 


26 


38.3 


29.6 


Wt ; 


4056 


9.4 


39 


49-3 


48.8 




4007 


9.2 


26 


54.9 


57-1 




4057 


9.6 


40 


29.7 


48.3 




4008 


8.2 


26 


57.2 


20.4 


G 


4058 


8.7 


40 


38.6 


60.7 


BWt 


4009 


8.5 


27 


".5 


28.7 




4059 


9-3 


41 


7.1 


27-4 




4010 


9.6 


27 


23.6 


37-2 




4060 


9.6 


41 


13.2 


25.8 




401 1 


8.4 


28 


17.2 


2.4 


C 


4061 


9.0 


41 


50.7 


31-4 




4012 


9-5 


28 


20.9 


53-5 


B 


4062 


8.4 


41 


58.0 


37-6 


CBWcWm 


4013 


9.6 


28 


29.2 


36.8 




4063 


9.2 


42 


1.2 


22.5 




4014 


9-4 


29 


0.8 


57.2 


BWt 


4064 


9.9 


42 


20.8 


0.6 




4015 


8.0 


29 


18.5 


21.4 


CGBWc 


4065 


9.8 


4i 


34-2 


36.6 




4016 


S'.G 


29 


49-7 


10.4 




4066 


8.2 


42 


37.4 


25-4 


CGBWcWm 


4017 


8.6 


29 


59-4 


II. 4 


1 


4067 
4068 


9-4 


42 


45-9 


28.4 


C 


4018 


9.2 


30 


5-5 


36.0 


c j 


9.0 


43 


10.6 


57-2 




4019 


9-4 


30 


29.9 


23-4 




4069 


9-3 


43 


159 


26.2 




4020 


9-7 


30 


34 

• 


43-4 




4070 


9.8 


43 


18. 1 


32.8* 




4021 


8.9 


30 


41.2 


9.8 


B 


4071 


8.2 


44 


16.0 


54.8 


CGBWt 


4022 


9-7 


30 


43- 1 


44.0 


\ 


4072 


9.8 


44 


27.7 


39-2 




4023 


9.6 


30 


53.3 


19.6 


1 


4073 


8.9 


44 


37- 1 


48.2 


C 


4024 


9-7 


31 


16.6 


33-3 




4074 


8.8 


45 


0-5 


273 


BW,„ 


4025 


9.4 


31 


40.4 


15-4 


1 


4075 


9.8 


45 


33-4 


5-0 




4026 


9.6 


31 


44-7 


32.0 


i 


4076 


9.9 


46 


37 -o 


38.2 


■ 


4027 


8.8 


31 


50.9 


13.8 


c 


4077 


9.4 


46 


41.8 


58.6 




4028 


7-9 


31 


57 


-0.2 


COB 


4078 


9.8 


46 


42.9 


5.9 




4029 


10. 


32 


5.7 


32.7 




4079 


8.4 


46 


43-3 


47.2 


CBWi 


4030 


9.1 


32 


20.1 


29.0 




4080 


9.8 


46 


59-4 


2.9 




4031 


9.8 


33 


10.3 


-0.5 




4081 


10. 


47 


2.9 


8.4 




4032 


9-5 


33 


143 


32.3 




4082 


9-5 


47 


23.8 


6.0 




4033 


8.0 


34 


30 


4-4 


COB 


4083 


9.2 


47 


26.5 


38.6 


A 


4034 


9-4 


34 


28.7 


57.5 




4084 


9-4 


47 


40.0 


31.7 




4035 


8.3 


34 


55-1 


49.2 


CBWt 1 

1 


4085 


9.2 


47 


50-7 


43-6 




4036 


8.9 


34 


59-9 


26.7 




4086 


9-7 


48 


12.8 


19.4 




4037 


8.6 


35 


9.2 


36.3 


B 


4087 


9.0 


48 


17.6 


21.4 




4038 


9.2 


35 


23.8 


42.9 




408S 


9.4 


48 


35-5 


57-5 




4039 


8.0 


35 


25-5 


2.8 


C 


4089 


8.0 


48 


58.1 


390 


CGBWt 


4040 


8.3 


36 


7.3 


2.4 


c 


4090 


9.0 


49 


4.0 


46.7 




4041 


8.2 


36 


9-3 


293 


CGBWt 


4091 


8.2 


49 


19.0 


45-7 


CGBWt 


4042 


8.6 


36 


29-3 


19.4 


CB 


4092 


9-4 


49 


40.6 


3-4 




4043 


9.2 


37 


6.4 


14.8 




4093 


9.2 


50 


6.1 


8.4 




4044 


9.6 


37 


7.0 


36.3 




4094 


9-4 


50 


7-4 


37 -o 




4045 


9.2 


37 


12.8 


3-4 


« 


4095 


9-3 


50 


9-7 


55.7 


B 


4046 


9.6 


37 


26.5 


56.2 


1 


4096 


9.6 


50 


13.3 


51.8 




4047 


9.6 


37 


30.6 


52.6 




4097 


9.2 


50 


311 


15-9 




4048 


10. 


37 


56.8 


10.4 




4098 


9.1 


50 


38.3 


42.2 




4049 


8.3 


38 


1-5 


45-6 


CGBWt 


4099 


9.1 


50 


507 


40.3 




4050 


9-4 


38 


13.8 


37.8 




4ICX) 


9-5 


50 


55.8 


32.8 





146 



DUBCHHUSTEBITNO, — 23°. 



• 


1 
c 6 






1 


u 


i 

mm* 

e 6 










B 


Sfl 


1 2* -13* 


—23° 


References. ' 


1 


?= 


13* 


-23'^ 


References. 


3 


C8 >j 








3 


C6 ^ 










Z 


S 






, 




S 














m. s. 


/ 




fH. 


s. 


/ 




4IOI 


9-7 


51 2.7 


28.4 


1 


4I5I 


8.0 


7 


3-4 


5.6 


CGWin 1 


4102 


9-7 


51 7-6 


36.8 




4152 


9-5 


7 


13-3 


26.0 




4103 


8.0 


52 27.3 


7-4 


CGBWm 


4153 


8.2 


7 


28.7 


13.6 


CGWcWm 1 


4104 


9.2 


52 3"- I 


22.0 




4154 


9.0 


7 


331 


25.0 




4105 


9.0 


52 30-1 


19.9 


BWm 


4155 


9.8 


7 


42.0 


45-5 




4106 


9.2 


52 30.1 


29.4 


1 


4156 


9.0 


8 


5.9 


25-3 


Wm 


4107 


9-4 


52 40.0 


26.6 


1 


4157 


9-4 


9 


23.2 


-0.2 




4108 


9-3 


53 33-7 


32.0 


1 


4158 


9.2 


9 


38.7 


7-2 


G 


4109 


9.8 


53 41-6 


14.9 




4159 


8.9 


10 


0.4 


34-0 


GBWm 


41 10 


8.2 


53 49-4 


53.7 


CGBWt 


4160 


8.6 


10 


10.3 


5.8 




41 1 1 


9.6 


54 21.4 


42.4 


1 


4I6I 


8.8 


10 


10.4 


23-1 


BWm 


4II2 


9-7 


55 i-i 


10.9 


1 


4162 


9.0 


10 


40.0 


21. 1 


B 


4"3 


8.4 


55 18.8 


22.4 


CVVm 


4163 


9-3 


10 


53-9 


6.8 




41 14 


8.8 


55 25.6 


16.4 


1 


4164 


7.8 


II 


29.6 


52.0 


CGB 


4115 


9.1 


55 40.8 


38.0 


1 


4165 


9-4 


II 


38.2 


20.6 




4116 


9.0 


55 42.0 


8.9 


1 


4166 


9.2 


12 


6.8 


8.0 




4117 


9-4 


56 3.8 


43-4 


c 


4167 


9.6 


12 


II. 


13.5 




4118 


7-7 


56 8.9 


44-7 


CG 


4168 


8.4 


12 


25.6 


43-9 


CB 


4119 


9-3 


56 27.4 


53-6 




4169 


7.4 


12 


52.2 


0.7 


CGBWc 


4120 


9-4 


56 41 -5 


46.0 


1 
1 


4170 


7-2 


13 


10.9 

• 


42.9 


CGB 


4121 


9.6 


56 41-5 


49.8 


i 


4I7I 


9.6 


13 


18. 1 


36.8 




4122 


9-4 


57 35-4 


12.9 


1 


4172 


9.2 


13 


18.5 


58.8 




4123 


9-5 


57 39-3 


7-9 


1 
1 


4173 


9.0 


13 


21. 1 


38.0 


B 


4124 


9.0 


58 25.0 


304 




4174 


9.2 


13 


31.6 


54-9 




4125 


9.0 


58 39-0 


60.3 


I 


4175 


9-7 


H 


3.0 


30.6 




412^ 


9.4 


.S9 20.7 


36.4 


1 


4176 


8.1 


15 


16.0 


59-5 


CGB 


4127 


9.9 


59 44-2 


58.4 


1 


4177 


8.0 


15 


24.2 


54-6 


CGB 


4128 


9.4 


13.6 


33 -o 


1 


4178 


9-4 


15 


26 


.50.5 




4129 


7.6 


51-7 


2.5 


CGWcWm 


4179 


9.0 


15 


59-7 


0.2 




4130 


9-3 


1 27.0 


590 


1 


4180 


8.8 


16 


6.2 


53-6 


B 


4131 


9-4 


I 39.0 


28.4 


1 


4I8I 


9.1 


16 


23.0 


55.5 


B 


4132 


8.4 


I 47.8 


58.3 


CGB 1 


4182 


9-5 


16 


28.8 


4-9 




4133 


9.8 


2 I.O 


47.8 


1 


4183 


9-4 


17 


21.2 


41.6 




4134 


8.0 


2 34-2 


5-5 


BWm ' 


4184 


8.8 


17 


28.7 


1.9 




4135 


8.4 


2 39.8 


9-5 


BVVm 

1 


4185 


9.2 


17 


34-2 


10.8 




4136 


8.8 


2 44.6 


15.0 


B 


4186 


9-4 


17 


39-7 


21.2 




4137 


8.2 


2 54.8 


35-1 


C 


4IS7 


9-4 


17 


54-9 


14.2 


1 


4138 


7.8 


2 59.2 


24.8 


GBWm 


4188 


9.5 


18 


23.6 


12.3 


1 


4139 


9.1 


3 55-7 


55 •7- 


B ' 


4189 


8.0 


18 


46.1 


31-7 


CBWcWm 


4140 


8.1 


4 3-0 


47.8 


CGB 

1 


4190 


8.8 


19 


1.2 


43 6 




4141 


9-3 


4 8.2 


55-4 


1 

1 


4I9I 


8.0 


19 


10. 


31.5 


GBWcWm 


4142 


9.1 


4 12.5 


47.8 


1 
1 


4192 


9.2 


19 


27.6 


10. 




4143 


10. 


4 36.0 


305 


1 


4193 


9.0 


19 


29.1 


50.0 




4144 


9.0 


4 37-6 


46.4 


1 


4194 


9.1 


19 


34.5 


59-5 




4145 


8.6 


5 13-0 


44.0 


1 

1 


4195 


9-3 


19 


39-2 


57-4 




4146 


9.2 


5 18.6 


47-4 


B i 


4196 


9.6 


20 


6.4 


10.2 




4147 


8.8 


5 21.0 


57-4 


1 


4197 


8.6 


20 


14. 1 


18.2 




4148 


9.8 


6 21. 


13-4 


i 


4198 


9.2 


20 


42.7 


39-6 




4149 


7-2 


6 36.9 


313 


CGWc 


4199 


9.0 


20 


47.0 


55-6 




4150 


10. 


6 36.9 


311 . 


1 
1 


4200 


9-4 


22 


1.6 


4-9 





DCBCHMUSTEBUNa, — 23'. 



147 



1 -SoJ 










• 

J3 


1 
c 03 










B 


lao-g 




13* 


-23° 


References. 


£ 


bo's 

at 3 


■ 


^3* 


-23° 


References. 


3 '^ *■* 










3 


n *j 










1 








t 


Z 


s 














m. 


s. 


/ 








•ft. 


J. 


1 




4201 


9-4 


22 


9.8 


26.5 




4251 


9.6 


32 


45-3 


37-2 




4202 9.5 


22 


22.2 


23.8 




4252 


9-7 


32 


56.2 


7-3 




4203 


8.3 


22 


23.1 


40.8 


B 


4253 


9-4 


33 


5-2 


ZO'S 




4204 


9.4 


22 


28.0 


17.0 




4254 


H 


33 


10.3 


38.4 




4205 


9.2 


22 


39-2 


8.4 




425.5 


9.8 


33 


10.7 


6.1 




4206 


9.1 


22 


48.0 


53-6 


, 


4256 


9.3 


33 


33 


4-4 




4207 


9-4 


23 


3-4 


15.8 




4257 


9.6 


33 


45-4 


1-4 




4208 9.2 


23 


8.9 


55-6 


4258 


10. 


33 


53.6 


39.8 




4209 


9.4 


23 


9.7 


38.2 




4259 


9-5 


33 


54-4 


3-6 




4210 


9.1 


23 


27.2 


14-3 




4260 


9.6 


34 


2.6 


60.6 




42II 9.4 


24 


2.6 


-0.7 




4261 


9.6 


34 


6.2 


39 




4212 


9.6 


24 


13-8 


20.4 




4262 


9.0 


34 


20.4 


24.1 




4213 


9.0 


24 


16.4 


5-9 


Wm 


4263 


8.6 


34 


23.8 


37-9 




4214 


9-5 


24 


22.6 


9-3 




4264 


10. 


34 


26.9 


30.1 




4215 


9.0 


24 


28.5 


58.8 




4265 


8.6 


34 


36.8 


49.0 


C 


4216 


9.0 


25 


1.6 


14.9 




4266 


9.0 


34 


48.6 


49-7 




4217 10. 


25 


13-4 


-0.4 




4267 


8.3 


34 


58.8 


29.6 


BWm 


4218 9.2 


25 


14. 1 


25.0 




4268 


9.2 


35 


0.0 


49.2 




4219 8.9 


25 


21. 1 


34.0 CWm 


4269 


9.3 


35 


5-3 


6.8 




4220 


9-4 


25 


26.7 


53.6 


' 


4270 


9-3 


35 


10.5 


3.8 




4221 


8.5 


25 


33-2 


39-6 


c 


4271 


9.1 


35 


24.4 


51.0 




4222 


9-5 


26 


47.0 


2.7 




4272 


9-5 


35 


30.3 


25-4 




4223 


9-4 


26 


48.0 


23.8 




4273 


9.0 


35 


32.3 


4.6 


B 


4224 ,8.8 


26 


56.6 


42.2 


B 


4274 


9.1 


35 


39-2 


47-1 




4225 


9.1 


27 


3-2 


9-4 


I 


4275 


9-4 


35 


43-2 


0.4 




4226 9.5 


27 


23.2 


2-3 




4276 


^•i 


35 


51.9 


5.0 




4227 


9.8 


27 


29- 5 


2.7 


4277 


9.8 


35 


57.5 


51-7 




4228 9.8 


27 


35-2 


2.7 




4278 


9.6 


36 


0-3 


20.8 




4229 9.6 


28 


9.0 


2.7 


4279 


9.8 


36 


15-4 


35-3 




4230 


9.0 


28 


22.8 


24.4 




4280 


9-4 


36 


19.8 


25.8 




4231 


9.0 


29 


I.I 


53-2 




4281 


9-3 


36 


33-3 


19-5 


B ' 


4232 


9.8 


29 


3.6 


58.6 




4282 


9-7 


35 


45 -o 


'15 




4233 


9.0 


29 


15-4 


9.4 




4283 


9.6 


36 


56.9 


56.8 




4234 


10. 


29 


16.6 


2.4 


1 

1 


4284 


9.1 


37 


12.0 


52.0 




4235 


9.0 


29 


'7-3 


10. 1 


1 


4285 


9.8 


37 


17-4 


21.4 




4236 


9.0 


29 


41.8 


52.2 




4286 


9.0 


37 


30.5 


14.6 


B 


4237 


9-3 


29 


47.6 


57-7 




4287 


8.3 


38 


6.2 


28.4 


BW„, 


4238 . 8.9 


29 


52.8 


23.0 


Wm 


4288 


9.2 


38 


16.0 


42.2 




4239 


9.8 


30 


8.1 


58.2 




4289 


9-3 


38 


19.7 


37 




4240 


9.2 


31 


16.0 


13.0 




4290 


8.8 


38 


31-3 


37-3 


B 


4241 


9-3 


31 


33-3 


26.8 


1 


4291 


9.4 


39 


6.0 


319 




4242 


9.6 


31 


39.8 


32.0 




4292 


9.8 


39 


32.4 


20.9 




4243 


9.0 


31 


56.2 


. 56.4 


4293 


9-5 


39 


46.2 


4.1 




4244 


9-4 


32 


30 


I.O 




4294 


9.2 


39 


52.1 


50- 7 




4245 


9.0 


32 


9.8 


45.0 B 


4295 


9-4 


39 


58.7 


3.6 




4246 


8.2 


32 


II. 4 


31-9 


CGWm 


4296 


9.2 


40 


9.6 


31-4 




4247 9-5 


32 


20.8 


37-2 : 


4297 


9-3 


40 


14.4 


26.1 




4248 


9-7 


32 


26.8 


10.2 




4298 


9.0 


40 


16.9 


20.6 




4249 


9.6 


32 


35-7 


5-3 


4299 


8.2 


40 


25.8 


>.6 


CB 


4250 IIO.O 


32 


40.4 


51-6 


4300 


9-7 


40 


46.2 


46.6 





148 



DURCHMUSTERUNO, — 23°. 



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References. 




3 ^ *■* 




! lis" 




1 









1 

1 


m. J. 


/ 


1 


»/. 


s. ' ' 






430^ 


9-5 


41 4.0 


49-8 1 1 4351 . 9-8 


53 


5-9 1 51-4 


1 


4302 


9-4 


41 5-4 


31-8 1 4352 


8.8 


53 


14.8 1 5.9 


CB ' 


4303 


lO.O 


41 39-3 


1-7 4353 


9.6 


53 


38.1 51.8 




4304 


8.8 


42 37-5 


37-7 Wi : 4354 9-4 


53 


55.6 1 0.6 




4305 1 9-0 


42 58.1 


"•6 4355 9.2 


54 


6.6 1 35.8 


1 


4306 1 6.2 


43 20.5 


1 

40.0 CGWt ' 4356 


9.1 


54 


90 1 36.5 


Wt 


4307 9.8 


44 30 


85 , 4357 


8.5 


54 


9.9 6.1 


CB 

1 


4308 9.2 


44 18.8 


12.6 1 4358 1 8.3 


54 


20.0 57.3 


cwt ! 


4309 1 9-3 


44 21.5 


58.0 


CB 1 4359 9-6 


54 


50-4 1 39-4* 


' 


4310 9.4 


44 303 


33-4 


4360 8.6 


55 


34.4 55-6 


CB 

1 


43" 9-5 


44 47-6 


44-5 1 4361 i 8.4 


55 


37-7 i 27.3 


B 


4312 8.8 


44 51-6 


58.9 


CBWt 4362 9-6 


55 


10. 37.4 




4313 1 9-5 


45 2.8 


1.4 


4363 1 9-1 


56 


"•3 1 43.4 




4314 


9.0 


45 24.0 


0.0 cB ; 4364 


10. 


56 


17-4 


47-7 




4315 


9-4 


45 26.0 


53-1 1 4365 


9.2 


57 


4-3 


35-4 




4316 


9.8 


45 31-2 


30-4 


' 4366 9-2 


57 


5-5 


5.0 


1 


4317 9-8 


45 42.0 


55-4 1 4367 iio.o 


57 


15.6 


23.6 




4318 9.3 


45 42.4 


6.7 4368 1 9.6 


57 


41,1 60.7 


1 


4319 


9-4 


1 46 10.3 


7-2 


4369 : 9-4 


57 


47-8 1 57-2 


1 


4320 


8.9 


46 12.6 


II. 2 

1 


1 4370 


8.7 


58 


6.4 


38.9 




4321 


9.8 


46 46.8 


5.6 


4371 1 8.3 


58 


21.7 


0.5 


G 


4322 


9.2 


46 46.9 


' 17-3 


' 4372 9-8 


58 


49.6 


15.2 




4323 9-4 


47 0.8 


43-2 


' 4373 8.5 


59 


5-2 


51. 1 


C 


4324 9-4 


47 6.6 


49-4 




, 4374 


8-3 


59 


II. 8 


II. 9 


B 


4325 


8.5 


47 32.3 


58.0 


Wt 


4375 


9.2 


59 


32.8 


-05 




4326 


9-4 


47 41-6 


38.2 




1 4376 9.2 


59 


54-0 


46.8 


1 


4327 


9-4 


1 47 46.3 


34.8 




4377 8.7 





0.0 


52.0 




4328 


9-5 


1 47 49-9 


47.0 




' 4378 1 9-5 





2.4 


60.4 


, 


4329 i 9-1 


47 57-5 


16.7 




' 4379 8.7 





15-3 


13.6 


B 


4330 90 

1 


48 49-2 


6.6 




4380 9.7 





19. 1 


28.6 


1 


4331 10. 


48 53.2 


25.6 




4381 


9.6 





36.0 


42.5 


1 


4332 7-8 


49 0.0 


41.6 


CGBWt 


«82 


8.2 





40.9 


23.8 


CGB 

1 


4333 


9-3 


49 7-4 


27.6 




>3S3 


9.2 


I 


2.2 


II. I 


1 


4334 


9.8 


1 49 8.8 


20.2 




' 4384 


9-7 


I 


4.2 


47.2 


1 


4335 


9.0 


49 49-5 


30.2 




4385 


8.8 


I 


11.2 


53-6 


BWt 

1 


4336 


9.6 


50 4-5 


38.2 




,4386 


9.2 


I 


51.7 


51.6 


1 

B 


4337 


9.0 


50 9-4 


28.6 




4387 


9-5 


2 


4.2 


31-7 






4338 


9-5 


.50 15-7 


33.3 




4388 


8.7 


2 


7-2 


17-4 






4339 


9.8 


51 7-4 


21.0 




4389 


9.2 


2 


43-7 


17-0. 






434« 


8.4 


51 9-4 


33 


Wt 


1 4390 


9-4 


3 


6.8 


38.0 






434^ 


9.8 


51 16.2 


12.6 




■ 4391 


8.6 


3 


25-2 


II. 2 


G 




4342 


8.5 


51 390 


52 8 




' 4392 


8.8 


3 


305 


38.3 






4343 


9-3 


51 50-7 


20.4 




i 4393 


9.0 


3 


390 


42.3 


r^.^"^ 




4344 


9.8 


51 59-7 


5-1 




, 4394 


8.2 


3 


57-6 


1.8 


CG 


f 


4345 


9.6 


52 3-1 


23.6 




' 4395 

1 


5.8 


4 


12.9 


40.8 


CGWt 




4346 


9.1 


52 10.4 


5.6 




4396 


9-5 


4 


28.3 


32.7 






4347 


0.8 


52 130 


54-9 




1 4397 


9.2 


4 


28.6 


36.4 






4348 8.8 


52 25.3 


17.8 




4398 


9.1 


4 


31.6 


26.8 






4349 90 ! 


52 .40.0 


14.8 




1 4399 


9.2 


4 


49.0 


25.6 






4350 


9-3 


53 i-i 


41.8 




1 4400 

1 


9-4 


4 


59-4 25.0 







DUBCHMtrSTEBUNG, — 23°. 



149 



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References. 

1 


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3 




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-23° 


References. 


z 


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z 


S 












m. 


s. 


f 


1 
1 




m. 


s. 


/ 




4401 


9.6 


5 


7.8 


29.6 




445^ 


7-7 


17 


II. 9 


55-5 


CGBWt 


4402 


9.8 


5 


39-7 


9.2 




4452 


8.0 


17 


22.8 


20.0 


C 


4403 


9.0 


5 


51-4 


9.2 


1 
1 


4453 


9.2 


17 


28.2 


4.6 




4404 


9-5 


5 


59-4 


4-4 




4454 


9-4 


^7 


39-8 


13.0 




4405 


9.2 


6 


12.0 


51.2 


■ 


4455 


8.3 


17 


513 


23.0 




4406 


9.6 


6 


52.0 


6.3 




4456 


8.1 


18 


3.8 


32.8 


CGBWt 


4407 


8.5 


6 


56.6 


32.5 


CB 


4457 


9-4 


18 


6.4 


55-8 




4408 


9.4 


7 


I.O 


27.1 




4458 


9-3 


18 


28.0 


26.4 




4409 


9-5 


7 


14. 1 


39-4 




4459 


9.1 


19 


36.1 


25.7 


C 


4410 


9.8 


7 


16.2 


4.2 




4460 


8.9 


20 


2.8 


8.2 




44II 


9.2 


7 


17.6 


48.8 




4461 


8.8 


20 


13.0 


46.6 


G 


4412 


9-5 


7 


36.2 


16. 1 




4462 


9-3 


20 


16.0 


60.7 




4413 


9-3 


7 


48.2 


12.8 




4463 


9.2 


20 


25.2 


9.8 




4414 


9-3 


7 


52.4 


571 




4464 


9.2 


20 


47.0 


32.5 




4415 

1 


9.2 


8 


II. 8 


52.4 


1 


4465 


9.1 


20 


54.6 


29.9 




1 

4416 


9.0 


8 


21.8 


21.2 




4466 


8.8 


20 


56.8 


8.6 




4417 


9-7 


9 


8.0 


21.6 




4467 


8.2 


20 


58.8 


6.7 




4418 


9-4 


9 


II. 6 


30 


1 


4468 


8.8 


21 


29.9 


9.2 


C 


4419 


9-4 


9 


23 -4 


14.8 




4469 


8.5 


21 


33-7 


24.7 


G 


4420 


8.4 


9 


27.2 


53-6 


CWt 


4470 


9.2 


21 


47-9 


19.0 




4421 


9.0 


10 


3-4 


38.9 


c 


4471 


9.6 


21 


57-2 


6.8 




4422 


9.8 


10 


17.2 


34.0 




4472 


8.6 


22 


35-0 


56.5 


CGBWt 


4423 


8.8 


10 


40-5 


38.2 


c 


4473 


8.8 


22 


41.0 


42.2 




4424 


9.6 


10 


53-5 


2.5 




4474 


9-3 


22 


46.3 


3^-5 




4425 


9.2 


10 


58.6 


22.2 




4475 


9.0 


22 


55.2 


38.8 




4426 


8.5 


II 


14.4 


35-5 


CWt i 


4476 


8.8 


23 


20.4 


42.2 




4427 


9-4 


" 


15-9 


55-6 




4477 


8.0 


23 


28.4 


54-4 


GBWt 


4428 


8.5 


II 


44.8 


29 -3 


1 


4478 


9.8 


23 


50.8 


1.2 




4429 


9.6 


12 


II. 


33-5 


1 


4479 


8.3 


23 


59-1 


24.1 


C 


4430 


7-1 


12 


22.0 


50.3 


CGBWt 


4480 


9-4 


24 


2.5 


23.2 




4431 


2*^ 


12 


30.3 


24-7 




4481 


8.6 


24 


5-9 


21.7 




4432 


8.5 


12 


40.0 


57-6 


CBWt 


4482 


8.4 


24 


18.9 


32.6 


CWt 


4433 


9.2 


13 


2.7 


5.6 




4483 


8.3 


24 


33.4 


46.6 


CGBWt 


4434 


9-3 


13 


13. 1 


22.3 




4484 


9-4 


24 


33-9 


17.2 




4435 


9-7 


13 


20.0 


35-6 




4485 


9.0 


24 


43.6 


16.2 




4436 


9-3 


13 


42.6 


-0.4 


1 


4486 


7-2 


24 


53.4 


22.4 


CGB 


' 4437 


9-4 


13 


50-4 


49 3 


' 


4487 


9.2 


25 


20.7 


15-2 




4438 


9-4 


14 


34-2 


47.4 


1 


448S 


8.5 


25 


29.6 


42.2 


CGBWt 


4439 


9.6 


^ 


46.6 


37 -o 




4489 


9.6 


26 


10.3 


2.9 




4440 

1 


9-4 


52.2 


27.0 


j 4490 


9.2 


26 


14.9 


8.8 




4441 


9-3 


15 


4.2 


54-9 




4491 


9-3 


26 


41.6 


22.1 




4442 


9.4 


15 


9-4 


-0.8 




4492 


8.5 


27 


II. 8 


42.6 


Wt 


4443 


9.6 


15 


19.8 


13-4 


' 4493 


9.6 


27 


41. 1 


52.2 




4444 


9-7 


15 


21.4 


7.6 ; 4494 


9.6 


27 


44.2 


2.4 




4445 


9-4 


15 


34.2 


9-5 : 4495 


7.8 


27 


44.8 57.1 


CGBWt 


4446 


9-5 


15 


37-3 


31.0 


4496 


2*5 


27 


55-3 42.6 




4447 


2-§ 


15 


45-8 


44.0 


4497 


8.7 


27 


59.8 


46.9 




4448 


8.8 


15 


51.6 


13.0 




4498 


8.9 


28 


7.5 


32.6 




4449 


8.8 


15 


59-4 


17.4 ' CB 


4499 


8.8 


28 


23.8 51. 1 


CBWt 


4450 


9.2 


16 


2.4 


46.0 


4500 


8.0 


28 


43 -o 


23.7 


C 



150 



9 

DURCHMUSTEBUNG, — 23**. 



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M 


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c «> 














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I4» 


-23° 


References. 


6 


a 5 




14* 


-23° 


References. 


S 








9 




* 3 

1 ;z: 


% 














m. 


s. 


/ 






m. 


s. 


/ 


i 


4SOI 


9.4 


28 


45-2 


22.2 




4551 


2'^ 


43 


12.2 


33.0 




4502 


9.1 


28 


47-9 


37.9 




4552 


8.9 


43 


13.0 


21.0 




4503 


9.1 


28 


54-8 


52.1 




4553 


9.0 


43 


14.9 


II-3 




4504 


8.8 


29 


12.0 


II. 9 




4554 


8.1 


43 


25.6 


41.6 


CGBWt 


4505 


9.8 


30 


2.8 


23.8 




' 4555 


9.0 


43 


32.6 


60.5 




4506 


9.8 


30 


14.2 


7.4 




4556 


9.2 


43 


43-2 


39-3 




4507 


9-5 


31 


23-9 


52.4 




1 4557 


8.1 


43 


58.8 


21. 1 


CGB 


4508 


8.4 


31 


43.6 


28.7 


CGBWt 


4558 


7-7 


44 


15-2 


3i-4 


CGBWt 


4509 


8.3 


32 


10.3 


42.0 


B 


1 4559 


2-5 


44 


20.7 


58.6 




4510 


7.3 


32 


31.6 


25.8 


CGBWt 


4560 

1 


8.6 


44 


25.8 


41.5 




45" 


9-2 


33 


0.8 


21.8 




4561 


9.2 


44 


40.2 


5^-9 




4512 


9.8 


33 


42.0 


36.4 




' 4562 


9.2 


44 


40.2 


8.4 




4513 


9-5 


33 


47.2 


33-2 




4563 


9-7 


45 


6.6 


57-4 




4514 


7.8 


34 


32.8 


52.5 


CGBWt 


' 4564 


9.0 


45 


7.6 


53-6 




4515 


9-5 


34 


49.0 


27.2 




, 4565 


7-2 


45 


30.8 


22.6 


GB 


4516 


9-4 


34 


54.7 


390 




'4566 


9-5 


45 


56.0 


41.0 




4517 


8.6 


35 


9.6 


49.6 


CGBWt 


1 4567 


9.2 


46 


33.4 


59-3 




4518 


9-4 


35 


32.3 


37.8 




4568 


8.8 


46 


38.8 


4-4 


B 


4519 


8.5 


35 


33.8 


28.0 


Wt 


1 4569 


9.6 


46 


45-9 


138 




4520 


6.9 


35 


57.8 


30.6 


CG 


4570 


9-4 


47 


13-3 


590 




4521 


9.6 


36 


19.2 


57-9 




' 4571 


8.2 


47 


24.6 


41.8 


CGBWt 


4522 


9-5 


36 


19.7 


1.7 




1 4572 


9.2 


^l 


39-4 


40.6 




4523 


9-4 


36 


23.6 


20.9 




1 4573 


9-5 


48 


2.8 


26.4 




4524 


8.4 


36 


28.0 


^S'S 


CG 


1 4574 


7-7 


48 


8.1 


39-5 


CGBWt 


4525 


9-3 


36 


47.8 


42.5 




1 4575 


9.6 


48 


17. 1 


26.3 




4526 


9.2 


36 


57-6 


38.1 




4576 


9.2 


48 


21.4 


14.4 




4527 


8.8 


36 


59-6 


19.4 


C 


4577 


8.8 


48 


33-2 


46.8 


CB 


4528 


9.2 


37 


I5-I 


32.4 




4578 


§•? 


49 


1.2 


8.0 


CGB 


4529 


9.2 


37 


16.9 


41.9 




1 4579 


8.6 


50 


21.7 


156 


C 


4530 


9.9 


37 


34-0 


57.6 




; 4580 


9.2 


50 


35-7 


3-4 


B 


4531 


9.2 


38 


12. 1 


13-1 




' 4581 


9-7 


51 


15.0 


6.0 




4532 


9.4 


38 


38.2 


18.4 




! 4582 


9-7 


51 


25.0 


30.3 




4533 


9.4 


38 


46.8 


38.4 




4583 


8.4 


51 


48.6 


44.8 


CWt 


4534 


8.8 


39 


4.0 


27.4 


CWt 


1 4584 


8.4 


S^ 


50.2 


0.5 


CGB 


4535 


9-4 


39 


10.2 


35-9 




4585 


Q.O 


51 


55-0 


51.8 




4536 


9.4 


39 


32.4 


57-1 




'4586 


9.2 


51 


57.6 


22.5 


v^ ^"^ ^p^ 


4537 


9.2 


39 


50-4 


59-6 




1 4587 


8.8 


52 


12.6 


27.0 


CGB 


4538 


9-3 


40 


1-4 


60.0 




' 4588 


9-5 


52 


17.0 


18.9 




4539 


9.6 


40 


36.0 


26.4 




1 4589 


I'l 


52 


31.2 


19.4. 




4540 


9.8 


40 


37.6 


56.8 




1 4590 


8.6 


52 


32.4 


28.5 


CGB 


4541 


8.7 


40 


53.8 


5.2, 


G 


' 4591 


8.9 


52 


52.2 


48.8 


Wt 


4542 


8.8 


40 


54-6 


39-6 


CGBWt 


' 4592 


9.1 


52 


56.5 


7-t 




4543 


5-4 


40 


57-0 


390 


CGBWi 


4593 


9-3 


53 


16.5 


55-8 




4544 


9-5 


41 


9.2 


23-4 




' 4594 


9.0 


54 


7.6 


27.8 




4545 


8.5 


41 


33-2 


36.6 


CGB 


4595 


9.2 


54 


23.0 


7-4 




4546 


8.4 


41 


54-7 


49-7 


CGBWt 


' 4596 


8.6 


54 


26.1 


26.1 


CGBWt 


4547 


8.9 


42 


9.2 


-0-5 


G 


, 4597 


9.6 


54 


54-1 


31.2 




4548 


9-3 


42 


25-5 


24.2 




459S 


9.3 


55 


II. 6 


60.8 




4549 


9-5 


42 


48.6 


37-8 




4599 


9-5 


55 


18.0 


17-4 




4550 


8.3 


42 


53-6 


15.6 


CGB 


; 4600 


9.6 


55 


40.0 


23.8 





DUBCHMUSTEBUNG, — 23". 



151 



E 



4601 
4602 

4603 
4604 

4605 

4606 
4607 
4608 
4609 
4610 

461 1 
4612 

4613 
4614 

4615 

4616 
4617 
4618 
4619 
4620 

4621 
4622 

4623 
4624 

4625 

4626 
4627 
4628 
4629 
4630 

4631 
4632 
4633 
4634 
4635 

4636 

4637 
4638 

4639 
4640 

4641 
4642 

4643 
4644 

4645 

4646 
4647 
4648 
4649 
4650 



C 0) 



8.0 

9.0 

9.0 

10. 

8.9 
8.2 

9.2 

7-4 
9-3 
8.4 

8.8 
8.8 
9.4 
7-2 
9-3 

9-3 
9.0 

9.8 

9.6 

8.6 

9-3 
7.0 

8.9 

9.0 

8.9 

9.8 

92 

10. o 

9.8 

9-3 

9.8 
9.8 
9.0 
9.0 

9-7 

9.2 

7.3 
8.9 

9.1 
8.5 

9-7 
8.7 
9.4 

9-5 
9.1 



14*— 15* 



55 
56 
56 
56 
56 

56 

57 
57 
57 
57 

58 
58 
58 
58 
59 

59 

59 
o 

o 

o 



2 
2 



2 

3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
5 
5 
5 

5 

5 

5 
6 

6 



s. 

56.0 

5-2 

7.0 

26.0 
43-9 

54.7 
2.6 

43-9 

530 
56.2 

13-4 
26.6 

39-4 

49-9 
6.8 

22.2 
45-6 
23.2 

34-8 
42.4 



45.6 

1 24.6 
I 40.6 

24.8 
27.0 



38.4 
12.0 

16.4 

46.4 

59-3 

59-3 

3.0 
26.6 

41.2 

49.6 

49-7 
50.0 

7.6 

9-7 
19.0 

23-4 
25.2 

49.9 

1.2 

3-2 



9.1 


6 


13.7 


8.5 


7 


2.6 


8.8 


7 


5.2 


9-7 


7 


13.6 


8.8 


7 


18.0 



23^ 



34-7 
28.2 

57-5 
10.6 

I5-I 

12.2 

7-3 

33-3 
56.1 

24.0 

12.2 
4.0 

47-5 
37-9 
35-1 

2.6 
24.8 
10.3 
12.6 
58.6 

21.2 

25 -3 
8.4 

0.6 
27-4 

53.6 
4.6 

23-3 
13.0 

12.2 

7.0 

4.6 

56.1 

19-3 
43-2 

37-6 
27.7 
22.8 
10.4 

-0-3 

44.7 
53-2 

56.7 
-0.2 

42.2 

55-2 
16.4 
20.9 
46.1 
24.8 



References. 



CBWt 

CB 
CGB 
CGBWt 
CGB 

B 

B 

CGBWt 

C 

B 



CGBW 



m 



CBWt 



CGWm 

C 



C 
C 



CWt 

C 

C 



• 

M 
s 


igni- 
ude. 


3 


ra 4^ 


z 


^ 


• 

4651 


8.8 


4652 


7.5 


4653 


9-5 


4654 


9.6 


4655 


9-3 


4656 


9.0 


4657 


7.8 


4658 


8.6 


4659 


9.1 


4660 


9-3 


4661 


7-4 


4662 


9.2 


4663 


7.7 


4664 


9.6 


4665 


10. 


4666 


9-5 


4667 


9.8 


4668 


9.4 


4669 


9.8 


4670 


10. 


4671 


9-7 


4672 


9.8 


4673 


9.6 


4674 


8.6 


4675 


8.9 


4676 


9-4 


4677 


9.1 


4678 


7-5 


4679 


9-3 


4680 


9.4 


4681 


8.1 


4682 


9.2 


4683 


7.7 


4684 


8.0 


4685 


8.6 


4686 


8.6 


4687 


8.6 


4688 


8.8 


4689 


8.6 


4690 


9.6 


4691 


9.6 


4692 


9.8 


4693 


9.1 


4694 


9.2 


4695 


9-5 


4696 


9.0 


4697 


7-3 


4698 


8.9 


4699 


9.6 


4700 


9.0 



IS" 



m. 

7 
8 

9 
9 
9 



2 
2 

2 
2 
2 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 

4 
4 
5 
5 

6 
6 
6 
6 

7 

7 
8 

8 

9 
9 

9 

9 
20 

20 

20 

20 
20 
20 

2Z 
21 



X. 

40.4 
19.0 

1.6 
2.1 
4.0 



9 13-8 

o 6.4 

o 15.2 

o 35 o 

o 37-3 

39-4 

1 6.6 

I 9.8 

1 56.4 

2 0.8 



11.6 
II. 6 
13.0 

33-9 
59-4 

6.4 

6.8 

42.0 

46.2 

52.2 

56.6 

34-9 
58.0 

13.2 

36.0 

1.8 
1S.6 

37.4 
59-7 
33-6 

46.3 
16.7 

27.7 

10.2 

30-3 

431 

45-5 

133 

153 
19.4 

22.6 
36.1 

36.9 
1.8 

13.2 



-23^ 



"•5 
28.9 

23-4 
35.8 
56.6 

52.2 
42.4 
17.6 
25.6 
17.0 

43-4 
14. 1 

43-4 

42.9 
24.0 

57-3 
37-6 

32.3 

05 

59.3 

42.9 
50.8 
42.4 

5-3 
I5-I 

47.0 
32.6 

34-3 
49.2 

45-4 

51-4 
42.0 

9.2 

10.2 

33-8 

33.1 

38.7 
60.8 

52.8 
13-7 

2.9 
50-9 
33-5 
59-5 
53-6 

22.2 

56.9 
II. 7 

56.8 
35.7 



References. 



CGBWtWm 



GBWtWm 

B 



CGBWtWm 
CGBWtWm 



BWtWm 



CGBWt 

CG 
CB 
C 

C 
CBWt 

CBWt 



CGBWtWm 



152 



DtJBCHMUSTEBDNG, — ^23". 



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References. ' 


B 


Off * * 




i5» 


-23° 


References. 


7 
Z 


IS 








1 


D 

z 
















m. 


s. 


/ 








m. 


*. 


/ 


1 


4701 


9.0 


21 


17. 1 


?'4 


1. 


4751 


9.6 


31 


42.8 


41.2 




4702 


9.0 


21 


17.9 


26.7 


' 


4752 


S-8 


31 


43-2 


20.4 


CGBWm 


4703 


7.9 


21 


20.8 


32.7 


Wm J 


4753 


9.2 


32 


2.0 


243 


B 


4704 


9.1 


21 


43-6 


43.4 


CG 


4754 


9 4 


32 


3.6 


45.8 




4705 


9-7 


21 


44.6 


20.2 


1 


4755 


9.1 


32 


23-7 


50-5 


C 


4706 


9A 


21 


47-9 


31.7 


1 
1 


4756 


'■t 


32 


39-3 


55.8 


CGBWr 


4707 


9.6 


22 


0.8 


47.8 


c 


4757 


9.8 


32 


42.1 


41.8 




4708 


9.9 


22 


27.1 


27.1 


1 


4758 


2•'^ 


32 


47 -o 


20.6 


• 


4709 


7.2 


22 


36.0 


9-4 


CGWm 


4759 


8.7 


32 


47.2 


57.8 


CG 


4710 


lO.O 


22 


49.1 


28.0 


1 

1 


4760 


7.6 


33 


22.7 


49-5 


CGBWtWm 


471 1 


9.0 


22 


58.8 


43-2 


CGWcWt 


4761 


9-4 


34 


II. I 


6.8 




4712 


9.2 


23 


II. 6 


51.0 


1 


4762 


9.8 


34 


12.6 


13.2 




4713 


9.6 


23 


26.8 


22.7 


c 


4763 


10. 


34 


22.0 


25.0 




4714 


9.6 


23 


32.8 


56.8 




4764 


7-9 


34 


23-5 


47.2 


CGBWtWm 


4715 


8.8 


23 


42.2 


43.2 


1 


4765 


9-3 


34 


50.6 


15.0 




4716 


7.2 


23 


42.8 


23.0 


CGBWm 


4766 


9.6 


35 


13-8 


26.6 




4717 


^9 


23 


53.2 


-0.2 




4767 


7-7 


35 


41-5 


55-9 


CGB Wi Wm 


4718 


8.5 


24 


1.6 


24.7 


CGBWtWm 


4768 


8.5 


36 


6.2 


44.6 


C 


4719 


?I 


24 


17.0 


52.6 


' 


4769 


8.4 


36 


54.8 


2.8 


BWm 


4720 


6.6 


24 


35-6 


59-4 


CGBWm 


4770 


9-4 


37 


6.3 


430 




4721 


9-4 


24 


54-9 


134 




4771 


9.4 


37 


17.6 


36.0 




4722 


9.6 


24 


57-7 


38.0 


1 


4772 


8.8 


37 


46.8 


35.8 


CBWiWm 


4723 


9*5 


25 


29.1 


42.2 




4773 


9-4 


37 


46.8 


32.1 




4724 


8.8 


25 


42.8 


44.2 


Wt 


4774 


9.2 


37 


54-4 


26.4 


B 


4725 


7.8 


26 


27.4 


40.6 


CGWm 


4775 


9.2 


38 


51.0 


54-3 




4726 


9-5 


26 


41.8 


60.3 


1 


4776 


8.8 


39 


27.8 


20.4 


B 


4727 


9.6 


26 


46.2 


20.3 


1 

1 


4777 


8.8 


39' 


38.1 


14. 1 


B 


4728 


8.8 


27 


7-2 


38.7 


C 


4778 


9-7 


39 


50.2 


34-9 




4729 


9.0 


27 


II. 4 


49.2 




4779 


6.9 


39 


507 


22.8 


CGBWtWm 


4730 


9.2 


27 


26.8 


42.7 


Wt 


4780 


8.4 


40 


14.4 


13-8 


CGBWm 


4731 


9-5 


27 


42.4 


56.0 




4781 


9-7 


40 


30-5 


47-7 




4732 


Z-9 


28 


1.4 


30.2 


CGWm 


4782 


9.5 


40 


39-9 


24.1 




4733 


8.5 


28 


4-2 


34 -o 


CWtWm 1 


4783 


9.8 


40 


47.8 


38.8 




4734 


9-4 


28 


13.8 


40.7 




4784 


10. 


41. 


50.6 


13-4 




4735 


8.7 


28 


25-1 


49-7 


BWt 1 


4785 


7.8 


42 


6.9 


340 


CWtWm 


4736 


8.6 


28 


39-4 


10.4 


CB 


4786 


9.9 


42 


27.8 


30- 4 




4737 


9.0 


28 


43.3 


55-4 


B 


4787 


9-4 


42 


41.6 


22.4 




4738 


9.8 


29 


16.1 


55-6 


1 


4788 


9-4 


43 


20.1 


28.7 




4739 


10. 


29 


19.8 


16.4 


1 


4789 


9.0 


44 


9-7 


I.O 




4740 


8.7 


29 


22.1 


12.8 




4790 


S'5 


45 


18.2 


32.4 


GBWtWm 


4741 


9.6 


29 


33.5 


47.2 


1 


4791 


9.9 


45 


58.3 


311 




4742 


9.6 


29 


.38.4 


46.7 




4792 


8.7 


46 


21.8 


21.0 


B 


4743 


10. 


30 


15. 1 


25-4 




4793 


8.6 


46 


34 -o 


54-2 


CWt 


4744 


10. 


30 


17.0 


12. 1 




4794 


9-3 


47 


15.0 


52.8 


C 


4745 


9.8 


30 


25.0 


9.6 


t 


4795 


7.8 


47 


30.6 


28.1 


GBWm 


4746 


8.5 


30 


36.0 


29.0 


CBWm 


4796 


7-7 


• 

47 


31-5 


2.6 


BWm 


4747 


8.4 


31 


1.8 


19.9 


CGBWm 


4797 


8.4 


47 


58.2 


54-8 


BWt 


4748 


8.7 


31 


8.0 


14.8 


CGBWm 


4798 


9.2 


48 


7-2 


40.3 




4749 


8.2 


31 


17.3 


-0.6 




4799 


9.1 


48 


59-2 


58.5 


CWt 


4750 


8.7 


31 


40.4 


6.7 


CB 


4800 


7-7 


49 


II. 2 


6.2 


CGBWm 



DUBCHMUSTEBtJNG, — 23". 



153 



• 

u 


1 










• 

.2 


1 

c 6 








• 


e 






15* 


-23° 


References. 


E 


*2 


15* 


-16* 


-n" 


References. 


«3 


IS 
























m. 


s. 


f 






m. 


*. 


/ 




4801 


9-3 


49 


33.x 


55.0 




4851 


9-5 


59 


17-3 


59 




4802 


9.2 


49 


36.1 


2.6 




4852 


9.0 


59 


30.3 


27-3 


CB 


4803 


9.6 


49 


53.1 


44-4 




.4853 


9.0 


59 


325 


24-3 


CGB 


4804 


8-5 


49 


59-2 


28.5 


CB 


4854^ 


6.2 





4.6 


17.8 


CGBWtWm 


4805 


7.8 


50 


53-3 


46.4 


CGBWtWm 


4855 


9.0 





57-4 


24.5 




4806 


9-2 


50 


59-5 


33-2 


C 


4856 


9.2 


I 


14.5 


36.3 


m 


4807 


9.8 


51 


2.8 


19.2 




4857 


10. 


I 


27.7 


51.6 




4808 


9-5 


SI 


9.2 


28.6 




4858 


9.8 


I 


36.1 


1-4 




4809 


9-3 


51 


39-6 


6.3 




4859 


9.1 


2 


5-2 


3.3 




4810 


9.0 


51 


43.2 


18.8 


C 


4860 


8.2 


3 


29.2 


32.8 


CWtWm 


481 z 


8.7 


52 


193 


II. 8 


CWt 


4861 


9-5 


3 


33-4 


50.1 


4 


4812 


9.0 


53 


28.1 


32.9 




4862 


9-5 


3 


59-9 


15.8 




4813 


7.8 


52 


28.8 


51. 


CGBWtWm 


4863 


9-5 


4 


24.9 


56.2 




4814 


8.6 


53 


37-7 


36.6 


C 


4864 


9.9 


4 


44.2 


II. I 




48IS 


9.2 


52 


52.8 


24.9 




486s 


9-3 


5 


1.2 


20.6 




4816 


8.5 


52 


53.1 


52.0 


CBWm 


4866 


8.4 


5 


6.1 


52.0 


GBWm 


4817 


9-3 


53 


0.2 


59-9 




4867 


8.7 


5 


21.8 


46.4 


GB 


4818 


8.5 


53 


1-4 


54.6 


CBWm 


4868 


8.2 


5 


22.0 


24.0 


CGBWtWm 


4819 


9-3 


53 


8.9 


40-5 




4869 


9-4 


5 


53.8 


46.3 




4820 


9-3 


53 


24.0 


5.6 




4870 


9-4 


6 


10.7 


17-5 




4821 


10. 


53 


30.3 


II. 9 




4871 


9-3 


6 


25-5 


9.1 




4822 


9-2 


53 


31.2 


25.0 




1 4872 


9.0 


6 


29.0 


23.6 


CB 


4823 


9.8 


53 


43.8 


14. 1 




4873 


9-4 


6 


37.5 


9.0 




4824 


8.7 


53 


56.2 


15.- 4 


BWt 


4874 


9.6 


6 


54-2 


15.0 




4825 


9.0 


54 


2.2 


50.1 


CBWt 


4S75 


8.9 


7 


10. 


57-5 


C 


4826 


10. 


54 


3.6 


3.3 




4876 


9-3 


7 


14.2 


33.5 




4827 


8.0 


54 


17.2 


46.6 


CGBWm 


4877 


7-3 


7 


44.0 


54-8 


CGWtWm 


4828 


8.7 


54 


23-5 


45.6 


C 


4878 


9.2 


7 


50.8 


4.2 




4829 


10. 


54 


35.6 


10.3 




4879 


9.2 


7 


514 


23.8 




4830 


9.1 


54 


48.0 


55-6 


C 


4880 


9.1 


8 


19.9 


29.1 




4831 


9-4 


55 


4.6 


52.1 




4881 


8.8 


8 


33.8 


51.2 


CWm 


4832 


9.6 


55 


35.8 


9-4 




4882 


9.0 


8 


57-2 


29-5 




4833 8.8 


55 


40.0 


20.8 


BWt 


4883 


8.5 


9 


5.7 


46.4 


CWiWm 


4834 


9.0 


55 


56.1 


42.6 


C 


4884 


9-5 


9 


24.6 


0.7 




4835 


8.8 


56 


17.6 


12.9 


CB 


4885 


9.2 


10 


21.9 


52.0 




4836 


9.8 


56 


25.7 


35.9 




4886 


9.6 


II 


3-0 


2.2 




4S37 


8.7 


56 


31.5 


37.8 


BWt 


4887 


9.1 


II 


10.5 


44.0 


c 


4838 


9-3 


56 


33-0 


35-4 




4888 


8.5 


ji 


21.8 


60.4 


BWtWm 


4839 


8.1 


56 


40.4 


14.9 


CGBWtWm 


4889 


8.8 


II 


29.0 


26.9 




4840 


9-5 


56 


42.1 


53.7 




4890 


5.0 


II 


55 -o 


48.6 


CGBWtWm 


4841 


9-5 


56 


49.8 


41.6 




4891 


9.0 


12 


16.2 


313 




4842 


8.0 


56 


55-2 


48.6 


CGBWtWm 


4892 


8.0 


12 


37.4 


21.2 


CGWtWm 


4843 


95 


56 


59.8 


42.6 




. 4893 


8.3 


15 


32.3 


9-3 


CBWt 


4844 


9.6 


57 


20.9 


56.2 




4894 


7.8 


16 


43.0 


7-3 


CGBWtWm 


4845 


6.5 


57 


275 


12.4 


CGBWtWm 


1 4895 


5.7 


16 


52.8 


6.3 


CGBWtWm 


4846 


9-5 


58 


12.2 


24-5 




4896 


7.8 


16 


53-6 


3.3 


CGBWm 


4847 


8.6 


58 


12.7 


H-7 


BWiWm 




10. 


22 


34-9 


54-8 




4848 


8.4 


58 


15-3 


45-8 


CBWtWm 


4898 


9-5 


24 


40.8 


54-4 




4849 


8.9 


58 


19-3 


29-3 




4899 


8.5 


25 


5-8 


58.4 


GBWtWm 


4850 


8.2 


58 


49-7 


33-7 


CGBWm 


4900 


10. 


26 


26.3 


35.2 





154 



DUBCHMCSTERUNQ, — 23°. 



• 


1 








• 


u 


1 

c 6 










a 




] 


[6* 


-23° 


References. 


, a 


C4 2 


1 


[6» 


-23° 


References. 


s 

^5 


IS 






32.4 




s 

4951 


8.4 








1 


4901 


9-9 


nt. 
26 


53 -o 




47 


I.O 


46.8 


CGBWcWm 


4902 


8.4 


27 


32.2 


41.0 


CWt 


4952 


9.2 


47 


6.5 


19.8 




4903 


9.8 


27 


41.8 


23-4 




4953 


9.2 


47 


13.6 


27.2 




4904 


9.6 


28 


9.1 


40.9 




4954 


9-5 


47 


25.8 


33.9 




4905 


10. 


.8 


13.6 


5.8 




4955 


9-5 


47 


29.6 


33-9 




4906 


9-7 


29 


30.6 


2.0 




4956 


9-5 


47 


57 -o 


35-4 




4907 


8.2 


29 


48.0 


49-9 


GBWtWm 


4957 


9.1 


48 


1.2 


50.8 




4908 


9.8 


30 


16.8 


4.2 




4958 


9.4 


48 


8.2 


7.2 




4909 


8.9 


30 


32.7 


32.0 




' 4959 


9.0 


48 


9.8 


20.6 




4910 


9.2 


30 


40.6 


18.5 




, 4960 


8.9 


48 


II. 4 


44-9 




491 1 


9-7 


31 


29.4 


0.5 




4961 


9-4 


48 


36.4 


35-2 




4912 


8.5 


31 


32.8 


36.1 


CGWtWm 


1 4962 


8.8 


48 


50.2 


4.8 


CBWt 


4913 


8.8 


31 


40.4 


22.0 


G 


4963 


8.8 


49 


14.8 


20.8 


CB 


4914 


8.0 


32 


29.2 


2.1 


CBWiWm 


, 4964 


9.2 


49 


26.0 


46.4 




4915 


9.0 


33 


30.6 


-0.4 




4965 

1 


9.0 


49 


27.4 


22.2 




4916 


9.0 


33 


44.2 


23-5 




1 

4966 


8.8 


49 


41.9 


26.8 




4917 


8.9 


34 


12.4 


26.1 




' 4967 


8.3 


49 


58.4 


44.2 


GWcWm 


4918 


9.0 


34 


21.4 


40.1 


B 


'4968 


8.7 


49 


58.8 


34.8 


CG 


4919 


9-4 


35 


6.8 


14.6 




1 4969 


8.2 


50 


5-9 


31.2 


CGBWiWm 


4920 


8.7 


35 


18.4 


43-6 


CWcWtWn, 


; 4970 


9.2 


50 


21.2 


7-4 




4921 


9-5 


35 


41.2 


56.1 




4971 


9.2 


50 


41.8 


19-3 




4922 


9.8 


35 


57-7 


3-0 




4972 


9.2 


50 


44-5 


14.8 


• 


4923 


9-1 


36 


16.3 


35.2 




1 4973 


9-4 


50 


52.9 


51-4 


C 


4924 


9-5 


37 


4.8 


17. 1 




1 4974 


8.8 


51 


8.5 


58.7 


CB 


4925 


8.9 


37 


40.0 


II. 6 


C 


i 4975 


9.6 


51 


29.6 


36.8 




4926 


9-3 


37 


44.4 


10.2 




4976 


§•§ 


51 


43 -o 


13.8 




4927 


8.9 


38 


27.9 


27.2 


CB 


4977 


8.8 


5^ 


43-6 


19.8 




4928 


9-4 


38 


39-4 


42.7 




' 4978 


91 


51 


46.6 


32.2 




4929 


9.2 


38 


43-9 


34-6 




4979 


8.7 


51 


53-5 


16.8 


CWtWm 


4930 


7.8 


39 


0.3 


42.6 


CGBWcWm 


' 4980 


9.2 


52 


19.0 


14. 1 




4931 


9-5 


40 


14.8 


36.6 




4981 


9-4 


52 


48.3 


41. 1 




4932 


9.1 


41 


9-3 


49.2 




' 4982 


9-4 


53 


0.6 


59-4 




4933 


8.1 


41 


14.8 


II. 7 


GBVViWn, 


4983 


8.9 


53 


4.0 


38.3 


Wc 


4934 


8.0 


41 


25-4 


39-7 


CBWcWra 


1 4984 


9.8 


53 


4.0 


21.4 




4935 


8.5 


41 


51.0 


45.7 


CB 


, 4985 


9-3 


53 


7-2 


56.7 




4936 


9.0 


42 


58.2 


390 




[4986 


8.8 


53 


23.6 


4-9 


CBWiWm 


4937 


9.0 


43 


II. 


19.6 




1^987 


9.2 


54 


10.4 


6.9 




4938 


9.2 


43 


15.6 


03 




14988 


9.2 


54 


17.6 


4-9 




4939 


8.7 


43 


25.8 


45-2 


CWc 


1 4989 


9.2 


54 


55-8 


15-9 




4940 


9.2 


43 


38.9 


19.2 




1 4990 

1 


8.6 


55 


1-4 


24.4 




4941 


8.8 


44 


7.3 


57-3 




4991 


9.0 


55 


8.8 


6.0 




4942 


8.8 


44 


7.3 


2.7 




! 4992 


9-4 


55 


20.6 


29.6 


Wm 


4943 


8.6 


44 


13.0 


55.5 


CG 


4993 


2-5 


55 


28.2 


24.6 




4944 


9.2 


45 


II. 


53-3 




4994 


8.0 


55 


41.0 


10.7 


CGWtWm 


4945 


8.9 


45 


30.1 


43-4 




4995 


9-3 


55 


5I-I 


34-4 




4946 


7-5 


46 


5-7 


15-8 


GWiWm 


! 4996 


9.2 


56 


19.8 


6.0 




4947 


8.9 


46 


16.8 


0.8 




4997 


9.2 


56 


28.2 


33-5 




4948 


9.2 


46 


37.2 


55-6 




1 4998 


8.3 


56 


35-2 


30.8 


CGBWm 


4949 


9-4 


46 


43-0 


30.0 




1 4999 


9.1 


56 


44-4 


8.4 




4950 


9.6 


46 


48.0 


330 




1 5000 


9.1 


57 


20.4 


48.0 


C 



DCBCHMUSTEBUNG, — ^23°. 



155 



• 

u 


1 




B 6 


B 

3 


^"2 

«!2 


z 


9.2 


5001 


5002 


9-4 


5003 


8.7 


5004 


8.S 


5005 


8.9 


5006 


9-5 


5007 


9.8 


5008 


9.1 


5009 


9.2 


5010 


9.6 


501 1 


9-4 


5012 


8.9 


5013 


9-3 


5014 


9.1 


5015 


8.9 


5016 


9.0 


5017 


8.6 


5018 


9-7 


5019 


8.6 


5020 


8.5 


5021 


9-4 


5022 


9-3 


5023 


8.3 


5024 


9.2 


5035 


9-4 


5026 


9.6 


5027 


9-3 


5028 


9-4 


5029 


10. 


5030 


95 


5031 


9-3 


5032 


9.0 


5033 


8.5 


5034 


9-5 


5035 


9-5 


5036 


9.2 


5037 


9.2 


5038 


9-7 


5039 


9-3 


5040 


9.2 


S04I 


9.8 


5042 


8.9 


5043 


9-7 


5044 


9.2 


5045 


9-4 


5046 


9-4 


5047 


9.6 


504S 


9-7 


5049 


9-3 


5050 


9.0 



16* 


^— 17* 


-*3° 


fft. 


•T. 


/ 


57 


24.8 


47.2 


57 


35-^0 


41.4 


57 


41 -5 


16.4 


57 


45-5 


42.0 


57 


49-5 


43.7 


57 


55-4 


31.8 


57 


57-9 


28.4 


58 


26.4 


0.3 


58 


34.0 


7.0 


58 


37.0 


II. 6 


58 


49-5 


36.0 


58 


50.8 


19.2 


59 


9.1 


10.6 


59 


9.2 


42.6 


59 


12.2 


15-6 


59 


•19.4 


60.9 


59 


23.0 


28.1 


59 


27.8 


12.6 


59 


38.2 


24-5 


59 


48.9 


I.I 


59 


56.7 


48.9 





1.2 


12.3 





9.2 


47.6 





34-3 


43.1 





39-3 


22.7 





41. 1 


32.8 





47.6 


24.4 




4.6 


31-4 




6.6 


23.6 




9-5 


19.6 




"3 


42.7 




13-3 


56.9 




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28.0 


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5054 


9.0 


C 


5055 


9.2 




5056 


9.2 




5057 


9-4 




5058 


9-4 




5059 


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5060 


9-3 




5061 


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5063 


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5064 


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5065 


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9-7 


CWcWm 


5067 


9.6 




5068 


6.8 


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5069 


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5070 


9.0 




5071 


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5072 


10. 


CGBWcWm 


5073 


10. 




5074 


9.2 




5075 


8.8 




5076 


9-7 




5077 


9.2 




5078 


9-5 




5079 


8.2 




5080 


9-3 




5081 


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CG 


5082 


9-4 


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5083 


9-7 




5084 


7-5 


1 


5085 


9-4 




5086 


8.8 


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5087 


9-3 




5088 


8.4 




5089 


8.8 




5090 


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5091 


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5092 


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1 


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1 
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5095 


8.8 




5096 


9.2 


1 


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57-6 
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10.4 

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16.7 

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1 5-4 
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2 21.2 

2 32.2 

3 5.2 
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3 36.9 



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17.8 
26.4 
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5102 


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23 


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5152 


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43 


12.6 


56.2 




5 103 


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43 


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24 


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42.6 




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43 


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48 


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48 


51.8 


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5126 


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32 


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5138 


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37 


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36.5 


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8.9 


50 


28.9 


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38 


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50 


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5140 


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16.5 


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5190 


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32.0 


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9.6 


38 


45 -o 


6.7 




5191 


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50 


43.7 


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SH2 


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39 


33-8 


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CGBWcWm 


1 5192 


9.9 


50 


56.2 


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5143 


9.6 


39 


58.4 


14.6 




5193 


5-0 


50 


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5144 


9.0 


39 


59-3 


33.9 


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1 5194 


9.5 


50 


57.8 


29.9 




5145 


8.9 


40 


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5195 


9.6 


51 


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5146 


7.7 


40 


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1 5196 


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51 


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26.7 


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51 


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51 


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5259 


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55 


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55 


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51 


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5261 


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55 


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56 


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52 


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56 


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56 


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56 


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52 


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5270 


9.9 


57 


5.4 


53.7 




5221 


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52 


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5271 


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57 


16.8 


28.5 


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52 


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5272 


9.2 


57 


40.7 


56.5 




5223 9-3 


52 


25-5 


56.5 




5273 


8.6 


57 


42.0 


56.0 


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5224 


9.7 


52 


29.6 


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5274 


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58 


26.4 


4.6 


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5225 8.9 


52 


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5275 


9.2 


58 


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52 


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5276 


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52 


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52 


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58 


55.4 


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52 


51.6 


54-3 




5279 


8.6 


58 


57.6 


6.7 


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5230 


8.8 


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56.7 


10.6 


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5280 


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59 


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5231 1 9-5 


53 


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5281 


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59 


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5232 9-4 


53 


9-5 


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5282 


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59 


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5233 9-8 


53 


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59 


49.8 


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53 


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5284 


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5354 


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8 


15.8 


16.9 


C 


5305 


lO.O 




24-5 


2.5 


1 


5355 


9.3 


8 


20.9 


-0-5 




5306 


9-4 




27.1 


43 -o 


1 


5356 


9.0 


8 


36.3 


26.4 




5307 


9.0 




27.2 


25.8 


1 


5357 


9-3 


8 


38.4 


57-4 


B 


5308 


8.7 




40.1 


34-5 


CGWm 1 


5358 


9.6 


8 


40.0 


24.4 




5309 


8.6 




40.8 


56.0 


c 


5359 


8.6 


8 


45-5 


38.4 


GBWc 


5310 


9-4 


2 


5.3 


42.8 


i 


5360 


8.0 


8 


58.8 


19-5 


CWcWm 


53" 


8.6 


2 


18.9 


22.4 


CWcWm 


5361 


10. 


9 


4.0 


50-4 




5312 


9-4 


2 


26.7 


55-3 


1 


5362 


9.2 


9 


16. 1 


42.4 


C 


5313 


9.2 


2 


29.2 


9.1 




5363 


9.2 


9 


28.4 


31.0 


CBWc 


5314 


9.8 


2 


42.5 


17-4 


, 


5364 


9-3 


9 


28.6 


22.5 




5315 


9.6 


2 


48.6 


II. 




5365 


10. 


9 


35 


51.8 




5316 


S'6 


2 


52.6 


43-6 


CGBWcWm 


5366 


9-3 


9 


37.7 


6.0 




5317 


8.9 


3 


4.6 


52.2 




5367 


9-5 


9 


42.5 


38.8 




5318 


9.4 


3 


17.0 


15-5 




5368 


9.6 


9 


45-8 


33-4 




5319 


9-4 


3 


34.2 


14.9 




5369 


9.4 


9 


51-4 


56.4 




5320 


10. 


3 


45-2 


18.2 




5370 


9.8 


9 


56.2 


21.8 




5321 


9.0 


3 


56.2 


35-3 


BWc 


5371 


9.6 


9 


56.8 


1-7 




5322 


9.6 


4 


0.4 


21.4 




5372 


9.6 


10 


0.4 


18.5 




5323 


7.8 


4 


14.0 


9-4 


CGWcWm 


5373 


.9-4 


10 


2.0 


33-4 




5324 


9-5 


4 


22.4 


53-6 




5374 


9-3 


10 


2.5 


31.2 




5325 


9.4 


4 


32.4 


4.8 




5375 


8.8 


10 


4.6 


6.2 


CWc 


5326 


9.3 


4 


46.2 


44.0 




5376 


8.9 


10 


14.4 


0.0 


C 


5327 


9.6 


4 


51.4 


5-4 




5377 


9-4 


10 


17.6 


17.6 




5328 


9-5 


4 


53-4 


39.8 




5378 


9-4 


10 


19.4 


2.5 




5329 


9.2 


4 


53-6 


7.9 


C 


5379 


10. 


10 


28.9 


31.6 


1 


5330 


9.6 


4 


57.6 


9.9 




5380 


9.8 


10 


32.0 


51-4 


1 


5331 


9.2 


5 


28.9 


42.0 


CBWc 1 


5381 


9.2 


10 


41.6 


22.0 




5332 


9.2 


5 


42-5 


25.8 




5382 


9.0 


10 


42.6 


31.0 


CBWc 


5333 


9.2 


5 


44.7 


134 


C 


5383 


8.8 


10 


58.0 


13.6 


B 


5334 


9.0 


5 


50-3 


10. 


C 


5384 


8.2 


II 


5-4. 


22.0 


CGBWcWm 


5335 


9.8 


5 


52.8 


1-4 




5385 


9.0 


II 


26.5 


17.0 




5336 


9.2 


5 


58.6 


48.3 




5386 


9-3 


II 


34-8 


52.4 




5337 


8.9 


5 


59-5 


6.0 


CWc 


5387 


9.8 


II 


44.0 


4.2 




5338 


9-5 


6 


0.9 


0.9 




5388 


9.0 


II 


46.6 


23.0 


CBWc 


5339 


9.1 


6 


13-5 


56.3 


CBWc , 


5389 


9-4 


II 


52.0 


.52.9 




5340 


8.2 


6 


42.0 


9-7 


CB 


5390 


9-4 


II 


51.0 


42.5 




5341 


9-4 


6 


42.9 


46.8 




5391 


9-4 


II 


55.7 


28.0 




5342 


8.8 


6 


58.2 


51.6 


CBWm 


5392 


9-3 


12 


0.4 


59-2 




5343 


9.2 




0.4 


36.3 




5393 


9.9 


12 


1.8 


II. 2 




5344 


9.8 




6.8 


33-6 




5394 


9.8 


12 


12.0 


4.6 




5345 


9.8 




7.6 


16.8 


1 


5395 


9.6 


12 


17.8 


22.8 




5346 


9.7 




13.4 


5-3 


1 


5396 


9.4 


12 


25-5 


9.1 


C 


5347 


9.8 




31-4 


30-9 


1 


5397 


9-5 


12 


29.0 


2.2 




5348 


9.4 




37-6 


1.8 


1 


5398 


9.6 


12 


35-4 


3.8 




5349 


8.1 




42.8 


57-0 


CGBWcWm 


5399 


9.9 


12 


45.8 


26.5 




5350 


8.5 




48.1 


16.0 


CWcWm 


5400 


9.2 


12 


55-9 


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DDBCHinJSTEBUNG, — ^23". 



159 



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1 

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13 70 


30.2 




5451 


9.9 


20 


2.0 


16.8 




5402 


§-^ 


13 10.2 


18.0 


C 


5452 


9-7 


20 


13.4 


46.3 




5403 


8.2 


13 10.2 


20.6 


CB 


5453 


8.7 


20 


24.4 


56.2 


CWc 


5404 


9-4 


13 10.7 


48.4 




5454 


10. 


20 


27.1 


26.4 




5405 


7.0 


13 15-8 


-0.4 




5455 


9.6 


20 


317 


2.4 




5406 


9.8 


13 22.4 


18.2 




5456 


9-4 


20 


32.0 


58.2 




5407 


9-5 


13 23.0 


54-4 


1 


5457 


9.1 


20 


37.2 


44-5 




5408 


9-7 


13 24.0 


43 




5458 


8.6 


20 


40.0 


540 


CWc 


5409 


9.4 


13 28.1 


^r$ 




5459 


9-5 


20 


43.6 


51-4 


« 


5410 


9-4 


13 39-2 


18.6 


B 

• 


5460 


9.0 


20 


49.6 


2.2 




54" 


9.8 


13 41.7 


I.I 


, 


5461 


9.9 


21 


5-0 


5.3 




5412 


9-3 


13 53-4 


30.6 


Wc 


5462 


9-4 


21 


10.9 


259 


CG 


5413 


9-3 


13 56.6 


38.6 


C 


5463 


9-5 


21 


II. 7 


50.0 


• 


54H 


9-7 


14 ".5 


57-6 




5464 


9-3 


21 


J5.2 


47.8 




5415 


8.9 


14 12. I 


38.6 


c 


5465 


9.6 


21 


17.8 


56.1 




1 
5416 


9.6 


H 24.5 


48.1 


1 


5466 


10. 


21 


18.4 


20.6 




5417 


8.8 


H 45 -o 


7.1 


c 


5467 


10. 


21 


27.1 


50-5 




5418 


8.7 


14 48.0 


6.3 


CWcWm 


5468 


9-7 


21 


32.5 


51.6 




5419 


8.9 


H 52.3 


23.3 


CWc j 


5469 


7.6 


21 


40.3 


20.7 


CGBWm 


5420 9-5 


15 22,0 


6.0 


■ 


5470 


9.0 


21 


41.3 


51.5 


CWc 


5421 


9.8 


15 27.8 


52.6 




5471 


9.2 


21 


46.2 


60.2 


CWc 


5422 


9.1 


'5 53-6 


II. 


c 


5472 


9.6 


22 


II. 


22.3 




5423 9-5 


15 590 


20.9 




5473 


9.4 


22 


18. 1 


19.9 




5424 


9.8 


16 3.6 


55.0 




5474 


9-3 


22 


29.2 


12.4 




5425 


9.8 


16 9.6 


42.6 




5475 


9.6 


22 


29.7 


7.6 




5426 


9.2 


16 10.7 


II. 




5476 


8.4 


22 


31.6 


25.8 


CGBWcWm 


5427 


9.2 


16 12.9 


20.2 




5477 


9.1 


22 


35-0 


4-4 




5428 


9-3 


16 17.3 


2-4 


CG 


5478 


9.0 


22 


44.5 


-0.5 




5429 


9.0 


16 20.8 


3-7 


CGBWc 


5479 


9.2 


22 


58.3 


46.1 




5430 


8.4 


16 55-8 


9.2 


CGBWcWm 


5480 


9-7 


23 


1.8 


47.2 




5431 


9.0 


16 58.2 


17.7 


CB 


5481 


9-5 


23 


i-7 


34.7 




5432 


9.4 


17 9.2 


25.6 


Wc 1 


5482 


9-4 


23 


8.5 


59-9 




5433 


8.9 


17 14.6 


34- « 


CWcWm 


5483 


9.2 


23 


^5-5 


2.8 


C 


5434 


9.1 


17 31.7 


46.1 




5484 


9.2 


23 


23.0 


53-4 




5435 


8.9 


17 42.0 


26.0 


CB 


5485 


9.2 


24 


1.8 


59-8 




5436 


85 


17 52.0 


30.6 


CGBWcWm 


5486 


9.2 


24 


5.6 


13.0 




5437 


9.6 


18 0.0 


0.0 




5487 


9.8 


24 


4.4 


52.0 




5438 


9-3 


18 29.1 


51.0 


C 


5488 


9.6 


24 


II. 2 


26.7 




5439 


9-3 


18 39.1 


48.7 


C 


5489 


9-4 


24 


15.0 


50-9 




5440 


10. 


18 55-8 


33-2 




5490 


9.8 


24 


17.2 


18.4 




5441 


9.6 


19 5-4 


54-2 


1 


5491 


9-5 


24 


18.4 


47.0 




5442 


9.2 


19 12.0 


33.7 


C j 


5492 


9.9 


24 


20.0 


37-7 




5443 


9-3 


19 18.3 


245 




5493 


9.2 


24 


24.2 


9.8 




5444 


7.8 


19 19.6 


4-3 


CGWm 


5494 


8.4 


24 


29.8 


37.8 


CWc 


5445 


8.7 


19 27.4 


39-1 


CWcWm 


5495 


9-4 


24 


45.8 


41.0 




5446 


9.6 


19 28.8 


'•7 




5496 


9-4 


24 


55-1 


33-2 




5447 9-2 


19 36.4 


52.6 




5497 


9.2 


25 


19.0 


259 




5448 


9.9 


19 40.2 


16. 1 




5498 


9.8 


25 


29.0 


43 




5449 


9.6 


19 58.9 


19.8 




5499 


9-7 


25 


30.4 


11.6 




5450 


9.8 


19 59.6 


15.0 




5500 


9.8 


25 


42.9 


37-3 





160 



DUBCHMUSTEBUNQ, — 23°. 



B 



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5502 

5503 
5504 
5505 

5506 

5507 
5508 

5509 
5510 

55" 
5512 

5513 
55 H 

5515 

5516 

55«7 
5518 

5519 
5520 

5521 

5522 

5523 
5524 

5525 

5526 

5527 
5528 

5529 
5530 

5531 
5532 
5533 
5534 
5535 

5536 

5537 
5538 

5539 
5540 

5541 
5542 
5543 
5544 
5545 

5546 

5547 
5548 

5549 
5550 






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9-5 

9-5 
9.8 
9.6 

9.8 
9.4 
9.2 
9.6 
9.8 

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9.8 
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9.6 

9-3 

9.8 
9.8 

9-5 
9.0 

9-5 

9.4 

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8.8 

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9.9 
9.6 
9.6 
9.8 
9.6 

9.6 
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7-4 

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26 
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27 

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27 
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27 
28 

28 

28 
28 
28 

28 

28 

28 

29 

29 
29 

29 

29 
29 

29 
29 

30 

30 
30 

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30 
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30 
31 
31 
31 
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References. 



22.8 

305 
31.6 

33-1 
39-3 

43 o 

51-5 
4.2 

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10.5 

17.8 

253 

273 
33. 8 

35-6 



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10.6 

38.6 

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10.8 

52.6 
20.0 
49.0 
28.6 

9-3 



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36.7 60.9 

56.6 52.8 CGBWcWm 



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49.9 

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30.6 

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41.9 

37-3 
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30 

8.6 
2.6 

511 
41.4 

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5557 
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563 
564 
565 

566 

567 
568 

569 
570 



574 
575 



5576 

5577 
5578 

5579 
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5582 

5583 
5584 
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5593 
5594 
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9 
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9 
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9 
9 
9 
9 
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571 

572 9 

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9 

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5589 
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31 
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32 
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32 
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33 
33 
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35 
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35 
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DUBCHUUSTEBONG, — 23°. 



161 



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5639 
5640 

5641 
5642 
5643 
5644 

5645 

• 

5646 

5647 
5648 

5649 
5650 



0S3 



18* 



8. 

9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
9 



9 

8, 

8 
9 



9' 
9- 
9 
9 



10. 

9 

8. 

9 
9 



9 
9 

9 

9 
10. 



9 

9 
8, 

8. 
9 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 

9 
10 

9 



.6 

3 
8 

5 

9 

7 
I 

3 
6 

9 
9 

7 

4 
6 



4 
8 

9 
8 



4 
6 



o 
6 

5 
8 



9 
9- 
9 
9 



9 
2 

I 

6 

3 

9 
I 

9 

9 
8 

,8 

5 
6 

3 
6 

.6 
8 

9 
o 



M. 



36 

36 
36 

37 
37 
37 

37 
38 
38 
38 
38 



38 
38 
39 
39 
39 



40 
40 

41 
4» 
41 

41 
42 
42 
42 
42 

42 
42 
42 
43 
43 

43 
43 
43 
43 
44 



J. 



38 18. I 

38 27.2 

38 29.0 

38 34-7 

38 41.5 



48.1 

57-2 

7.6 

14. 1 

26.8 



39 51 o 

40 13. I 

40 19.0 

40 22.2 

40 36.2 



49.6 

54-0 
1.6 

18.9 
26.2 

31.2 
7.6 

7.7 
195 
34-4 

42.4 
46.2 

58.4 
133 
45-9 

47.5 
50-4 
52.9 
53-5 
3.6 



-23^ 



36 16.4 

36 32.4 
36 40.0 
36 40.2 

44.7 



48.4 

58.9 
6.9 

37.0 
45-3 

56.0 
0.6 

1-3 
II. I 

14-3 



22.8 
46.6 

58.3 
32.8 
46.6 

32-4 

5.8 

48.4 

23.2 

8.9 

40.6 

15-4 

46.3 
8.8 

39-4 

20.2 
28.0 

59-9 
4.8 

10. o 

45-2 
16.3 
24.6 
38.2 

3-2 

22.2 
-0.8 
53.6 

45 -o 
24.0 

52.6 

59-5 
31.0 

340 
0.0 

51.8 

7-9 
45.8 

12.5 
42.6 

43-6 
16.8 
47 o 

32.4 
34-1 

2.7 

33- 1 
22.0 

42.6 
57-9 



References. 



CBWm 



CB 
GBWcWm 



CBWc 

CG 

CB 



C 

CGBWcWm 

CBWc 



u 
B 






i8» 



5651 
5652 

5653 

5654 ^ 

5655 8 



5676 

5677 
5678 

5679 
5680 

5681 
5682 

5683 
5684 
5685 

5686 

5687 
5688 

5689 
5690 

5691 
5692 
5693 
5694 
5695 

5696 

5697 
5698 

5699 
5700 



5656 

5657 
5658 

5659 
5660 

5661 
5662 

5663 
5664 
5665 

5666 ! 

5667 
5668 

5669 

5670 



9 
9 
9 
9 



9 
9 
9 
9 



9 
9 
9 
9 



5671 9 
5672 

5673 
5674 
5675 9 



9 
8 

6 

9 
9 

9 

9 

8 

8 
8 

10 

9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



6 

7 

9 

2 

7 

4 
5 
7 
4 
4 

8 

4 
6 

4 
I 



3 
6 

7 
6 



3 

8 

8 
8 

2 

2 

9 

2 

7 
9 

o 

4 
I 

I 
3 

8 
8 
2 

4 
4 

9 
I 

7 
4 



44 
44 
44 
44 
44 

44 
44 
44 
45 
45 

45 
45 
45 
45 
45 

45 
45 
45 
45 
45 



46 
46 
46 

o ^ 

8 46 



47 
47 
47 
47 
47 

47 
47 
47 
47 
48 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 

48 
48 
48 
48 
48 

49 
49 
49 
49 
49 



X. 

131 

13-5 
19.2 

22.2 

22.6 

42.8 

45-5 

59.8 

1.6 

5.8 

12.4 
20.2 

23 -3 

25.7 
28.8 

39-2 
40.0 

430 
43-6 

5^-5 



3 

5 
30 
40.6 

56.5 



4 

4 

2 



2.3 

9.2 

13-8 
19.0 
32.1 

33-3 

38.4 
47.6 

58.4 
3-5 

7.6 
II. 8 

25-5 
293 
30-5 

37.6 
42.4 
49.2 



-23^ 



I 60.7 
41.0 
28.6 

23-5 
32.6 

3-4 

4.1 
12.2 

12.2 
51-4 

34-6 

7-3 

45-1 
9.6 

3-7 

54-1 
46.7 

8.8 

54-4 
23.2 

4.2 
52.8 
51.8 
41.6 
31.0 

33-5 

55-9 
21.5 

15-3 
7-7 

27.6 

45.8 

19-3 
26.3 

28.7 

51-2 
25-7 

59-3 
60.0 

3-7 

43.8 
22.9 

23.2 



References. 



52.5 


254 


59-5 


60.9 


0.2 


54-5 


2.9 


14-7 


12.8 


9.8 


14.0 


48.9 


19.0 


47.6 



GWcWn, 



c 

BWc 



CGBWcWm 
GBWm 



CGBWc 

CGB 

CGBWc 



B 



CGB 



Wc 



162 



DUBCHMUSTEBUNG, — 23°. 



t: ' • 








« 


1 & 


. 1 
c 6 










1 *=*■§ 


] 


[8* 


-23° 


References. 


■ E 




i8» 


-i9» 


-»3' 


References. 


3 ._I 

iz; iS 

1 










' 1 . 

1 

1 

1 












m. 


s. 


/ » 




m. 


S. 


/ 




5701 10. 


49 


23.6 


0.0 




5751 


8.8 


57 


16.3 


3-2 


BWc 


5702 9.4 


49 


26.8 


55-0 




' 5752 


9-7 


57 


29.4 


57-8 


1 


5703 


9.6 


49 


33.8 


49-9 




5753 


9.8 


57 


43-2 


58.8 


1 


5704 


9-7 


49 


36.0 


17.8 




' 5754 


8.1 


57 


45-8 


28.2 


GBWcWm 


5705 


9-5 


49 


48.6 


58.6 




5755 


9.8' 


57 


46.4 


0.2 


1 


5706 9.1 


49 


59-0 


-0.9 




5756 


9-7 


57 


56.6 


55.7 




5707 9-5 


50 


1.8 


2.6 




5757 


9.2 


58 


3-4 


3-2 


i 


5708 9-3 


50 


4.8 


313 




5758 


9.8 


58 


47-5 


35.8 


1 


5709 8.8 


50 


10. 


16.6 


CGB 


5759 


9-3 


58 


53-3 


33 


1 


5710 lO.O 


50 


14.9 


53-0 




'5760 


8.6 


59 


8.3 


20.8 


B 

1 


57" 9.4 


50 


23.2 


15.6 




5761 


9.9 


59 


17-5 


42.8 




5712 8.5 


50 


42.5 


27.6 


CGBWcWm 


1 5762 


9.6 


59 


24.7 


0.7 


. 


5713 1 9-3 


50 


53.5 


53-9 




5763 


8.8 


59 


26.5 


23-4 


BWc 


5714 1 9-2 


50 


58.9 


7.6 




5764 


9 9 


59 


35-5 


52.9 


1 
1 


5715 1 S-^ 


51 


17.7 


14.6 


CGB 


5765 


9.8 


59 


52.0 


56.3 


1 
1 


5716 1 9-9 


51 


53- 1 


32.3 




5766 


7-7 


59 


58.5 


24.1 


CGBWcWm 


5717 9.8 


5' 


35.2 


48.4 




1 5767 


9.0, 





7.6 


40.6 


c , 


5718 9-6 


51 


36.0 


22.1 




5768 


9.2 





10.4 


57-9 


1 


5719 lO.O 


51 


42.0 


43 




1 5769 


9-4 





29.1 


41.6 


1 


5720 8.5 


51 


50.8 


3.6 


CGBWc 


1 
5770 


8.4 





35-4 


44.6 


CGBWc i 


5721 9-3 


51 


51-9 


28.1 


Wc 


5771 


9-5 ' 





44.0 


49.6 


1 


5722 9.6 


51 


57-0 


38.0 




5772 


8.1 





48.3 


24.8 


CGBWcWm 


5723 ' 8.8 


52 


3-9 


29.1 


Wc 


, 5773 


9.1 


I 


2.6 


15.0 




5724 9-2 


52 


II. I 


05 


B 


, 5774 


9.0 


I 


31.6 


17.8 


CGB 


5725 9-6 


52 


22.2 


42.4 




5775 


9.9 


I 


42.6 


50.0 




5726 1 9-6 


52 


26.2 


41.0 




' 5776 


9-3 


2 


5-2 


15-3 


1 


5727 1 9-3 


52 


30- 7 


5-4 




, 5777 


9-4 


2 


5-4 


42.4 


1 


5728 1 9-8 


5? 


31-4 


38.6 




5778 


9-3 


2 


50.8 


28.6 


1 


5729 1 S.5 


52 


37-2 


25-5 


CGWcWm 


, 5779 


9.6 ' 


2 


52.6 


43-6 


1 


5730 ! 9-6 


52 


53-6 


45.7 




' 5780 


9.6 


2 


58.2 


41.6 


1 

1 


5731 |IO.O 


52 


57-2 


50.8 




' 5781 


9-5 


3 


8.3 


36.2 


1 


5732 1 9-4 


53 


3.4 


55-4 




' 5782 


9.4 


3 


10.6 


41.2 




5733 1 g-6 


53 


7-4 


4-4 


CB 


' 5783 


8.2 


3 


16.9 


58.4 


CGBWcWm 


5734 1 S.5 


53 


26.1 


53-1 


CGWc 


' 5784 


9-5 


3 


22.4 


15.6 


1 


5735 9-8 


53 


37.8 


42.0 




' 5785 


9.2 


3 


25.6 


55.8 


B 1 


5736 9-] 


53 


49-7 


47-4 


Wc 


15786 


9.0 


3 


26.5 


7-7 


Wc ! 


5737 1 9-6 


53 


54-8 


22.2 




' 57S7 


8.9 1 


3 


27.0 


30 


1 


5738 9-5 


54 


17.8 


9.7 


< 


1 5788 


9.0 


3 


28.6 


50.6 




5739 9-5 


54 


21.2 


37-7 


• 


' 5789 


9-3 


3 


317 


45-7 




^740 


9.0 


54 


28.1 


21.6 




1 5790 


8.3 


3 


45.4 


16.5 


GBWc 


5741 


9-4 


54 


34-5 


53-5 




1 5791 


9-5 


3 


46.8 


39-2 




5742 


9.2 


54 


41-3 


6.8 


B 


5792 


9.1 


3 


51.6 


21.8 




5743 


9-5 


55 


8.6 


47-5 




1 5793 


9-5 


3 


54.8 


39-6 




5744 


9.4 


$S 


22.7 


44.0 




1 5794 


9.2 


4 


1.8 


40.2 




5745 


7.0 


55 


29.2 


6.1 


CGBWcWm 


1 5795 


8.4 


4 


10.7 


2.9 


BWc 


5746 


9-3 


55 


29.8 


-0.9 




5796 


8.6 


4 


18.4 


57-6 


GBWcWm 


5747 


10. 


56 


10.6 


37-4 




' 5797 


8.5 


4 


23.8 


28.0 


Wc 


5748 


9.2 


56 


29.0 


55.1 


B 


' 5798 


9-5 


4 


29.2 


29.6 




5749 


9.2 


56 


35-4 


47-4 


BWc 


5799 


9-5 


4 


43-2 


1 51. 1 




5750 


9.6 


57 


9.7 


0.4 




1 5800 


9-4 


4 


44-4 


3.8 





DUBOHMUBTEBtma, — 23°. 



163 



C J 








1 

1 


• 


1 
.*4 










^ ; c« 








1 




c 6 










p« OB ^ 


] 


>9» 


-23° 


References. 


g 

mm 


«3 




'9» 


-23° 


References. 


3 **•*-• 
























m. 


S. 


/ 








m. 


S. 


' 




5801 8.2 


5 


14.0 


10.5 


CGBWc 


5851 


8.2 


16 


22.8 


19.0 


CGWm 


5802 9.0 


5 


l8.2 


26.1 




5852 


8.6 


16 


22.9 


38.0 


CWc 


5803 


8.6 


5 


21.6 


18.2 


CWc 


5853 


9.1 


16 


49.8 


41.8 


C 


5804 9.2 


5 


36.6 


33 6 




5854 


8.9 


16 


56.4 


25.6 


Wn, 


5805 8.9 


6 


26.8 


51-5 




585s 


9.2 


17 


15.3 


19.6 


Wc 


5806 9.0 


6 


47.2 


56.6 


Wc 


5856 


9.6 


18 


2.7 


39-3 




5807 i 9.2 


6 


49-5 


43-4 




5857 


8.3 


18 


34-1 


38.0 


CBWcWm 


5808 ! 9.2 


6 


57-5 


26.7 




5858 


10. 


18 


54.3 


44.8 




, 5809 9-6 


7 


5.5 


18.6 




5859 


9-4 


19 


1.8 


45-6 




5810 9.4 


7 


15.6 


28.6 




5860 


8.4 


19 


20.6 


9-5 


CGBWcWni 


5811 9.2 


7 


33-9 


23.2 




5861 


9-4 


»9 


32.2 


34-9 




5812 ' 8.6 


8 


6.0 


28.0 


GWcWm 


5862 


9-3 


19 


39-7 


60.4 




5813 9-3 . 


8 


46.3 


22.0 




5863 


9-4 


19 


44 


49-4 




5814 9.2 


8 


54-2 


2.5 




5864 


9.0 


19 


57.0 


20.2 




5815 8.8 

1 


8 


55-3 


9.0 


Wc 


5865 


9.2 


20 


35 


35 




5816 9.6 


9 


2.0 


22.0 




5866 


9.1 


20 


56.0 


16.4 




5817 9.1 


9 


19.8 


5I-X 


Wc 


5867 


9.2 


21 


4.6 


16.8 


• 


5818 8.9 


9 


3.^-2 


27-5 


CWm 


5868 


9.1 


21 


56.8 


52.3 




5819 9.0 


9 


36.9 


16. 1 


Wc 


5869 


8.8 


22 


15-9 


26.0 


1 


5820 9.3 


10 


12.0 


7.0 




5870 


9.0 


22 


20.1 


49-9 




S821 8.1 


10 


31.6 


49.0 


CBWcWm 


5871 


9.2 


22 


21.2 


10.6 




*«;822 


9.2 


10 


52-3 


28.7 


• 


5872 


8.8 


22 


32.5 


54.8 


CWc 


5823 


9-5 


11 


18.3 


28.7 




5873 


9.1 


22 


49-3 


14-5 


• 


5824 1 8.9 


II 


28.0 


39-2 


CWc 


5874 


9.1 


22 


56.0 


53-1 




5825 8.4 


II 


57-5 


18.3 


WcWm 


5875 


8.2 


22 


58.2 


23.1 


WcWm 

1 


5826 8.4 


II 


59-6 


59- 1 


CWcWm 


5876 


8.5 


23 


13.6 


52.6 


CBWcWm 


5827 9.1 


12 


0.4 


49-4 




5877 


8.0 


23 


43-4 


2.5 


CGBWcWm ; 


5828 9-1 


12 


9.8 


41-5 




5S78 


9.4 


24 


55-4 


17.6 


Wc 


5829 ' 9-6 


12 


18.0 


45-6 




5879 


9.0 


25 


19.6 


36.2 


CGBWc 


5830 7-9 


12 


19.0 


53.1 


GBWcWm 


5880 


9-4 


25 


22.4 


3.4 




5831 9-4 


12 


32.2 


53 




5881 


9-4 


25 


27.4 


19. 1 




5832 9.2 


12 


42.6 


27.4 




5882 


8.4 


25 


33-5 


38.6 


CGBWc 


5833 , 8.8 


13 


3.8 


17.5 


CWc 


5883 


8.9 


25 


41.8 


40-5 


CB 


.S834 ' 8.5 


13 


13.6 


14.6 


CWc 


5884 


8.9 


25 


49-9 


31.4 


CWc 


5835 


9.1 


13 


38.0 


16.8 




5885 


9.0 


25 


59-7 


18.3 




5836 


8.7 


13 


535 


50.6 


BWcWm 


5886 


9.2 


26 


7.4 


41.0 




5837 91 


H 


3.9 


45-7 




5887 


9.2 


26 


28.0 


21.7 




' 5838 ; 9-0 


14 


31.2 


21.3 


Wc 


5888 


8.0 


26 


55.8 


37 


GBWcWm 


5839 9-2 


H 


36.4 


33-4 




5889 


9.2 


27 


8.1 


173 




5840 9.2 


H 


53-4 


51-2 




5890 


9-5 


27 


26.6 


16.6 




5841 8.9 


H 


58.2 


19. 1 




5891 


9.6 


27 


26.6 


20.4 




5842 1 9.2 


15 


13.0 


23.5 




5892 


9-9 


27 


26.6 


21.2 




5843 ; 8.3 


15 


19-3 


21.0 


GBWcWm 


5893 


9.1 


27 


46.5 


8.4 


BWcWm 


5844 1 8.4 


15 


20.5 


35-4 


CGWcWm 


5894 


9.0 


28 


4.6 


29.2 


BWc 


5845 


9.1 


IS 


24.4 


40.0 




5895 


9.9 


28 


7-1 


18.7 




5846 


9-5 


15 


26.4 


51.8 




5896 


9.8 


28 


35-3 


21.6 




■ 5847 ! 8.4 


15 


27.2 


42.4 


Wc 


5897 


9-3 


28 


47.2 


44-9 




5848 ■ 8.6 


1.S 


49.8 


27.7 


CWcWm 


5898 


9.2 


28 


50.6 


18. 1 




5849 ' 8.5 


15 


52.1 


-I.O 




5^ 


9.0 


29 


14.2 


32.2 


CBWc 


5850 9-3 


16 


5-4 


0.2 




5900 


9-4 


29 


39-7 


16.6 





164 



DUBCHMUSTEBUNG, — 23'. 



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5901 


9.6 


29 


49-4 


20.8 




5951 


8.9 43 


43 


8.1 




5902 


9.6 


29 


50.1 


1-3 




5952 


8.0 1 44 


10.3 


315 


GBWcWm 


5903 


9-4 


30 


23.1 


22.9 




5953 


9-3 , 44 


18.7 


31 -5 


' 


5904 


8.4 


31 


4.2 


3.6 


WcWm 


5954 


9-2 1 44 


20.6 


7.3 




5905 


6.6 


31 


7.3 


45-2 


GWcWm 


; 5955 


8.9 1 44 


49-4 


45-2 


CBWc 


5906 


9.1 


31 


11.4 


35.8 




1 5956 


9-2 1*45 


''I 


37.1 




5907 


9.1 


31 


24-3 


40.2 




5957 


9-3 ' 45 


44.8 


13.6 




5908 


6.6 


31 


24.4 


45-2 


GWcWm 


> 5958 


9-3 1 45 


58.3 


0.4 




5909 


8.2 


31 


38.9 


39- 1 


GWcWm 


5959 


9.2 46 


^•i 


-I.O 




5910 


8.8 


31 


44.7 


2.4 


WcWm 


5960 


9.1 1 46 


8.6 


55-2 




59" 


9.2 


32 


8.5 


20.9 




5961 


9-3 ' 46 


13-0 


26.0 




5912 


8.9 


32 


21.5 


58.8 


CGWc 


,5962 


9-4 1 47 


5-4 


17.6 




5913 


9.2 


32 


23.2 


37.0 




5963 


9-4 47 


51-4 


36.3 




59H 


9.4 


32 


25.8 


41-3 




5964 


8.7 48 


03 


4-9 


CGWcWm 


59'5 


8.4 


32 


58.4 


57.4 


CGWcWm 


5965 


8.0 48 


0.7 


27.0 


CGBWcWm 


5916 


9-3 


33 


12.0 


18. 1 




5966 


9.2 48 


2.0 


42.0 




5917 
5918 


9-3 


33 


21.7 


54-6 




, 5967 


9-3 i 48 


II. 4 


^?i 


c 


9.0 


33 


27.5 


59-4 


CG 


5968 


9.4 48 


16.7 


46.6 




5919 


9.0 


34 


5-2 


23.6 


Wc 


5969 


0.6 48 


54.4 


49-4 




5920 


9.2 


34 


7.0 


42.4 




5970 


8.6 1 49 


3-4 


18.3 


CBWcWm 


5921 


9-3 


34 


27.1 


53-6 




5971 


8.1 49 


42.0 


42.5 


CGBWcWm 


5922 


8.4 


34 


39.7 


57-6 


CBWcWm 


5972 


9.0 1 50 


3-3 


0.0 


Wc 


5923 


9.4 


34 


47.2 


37-2 




' 5973 


8.3 1 50 


21.2 


43-2 


CGBWcWm 


5924 


8.8 


34 


58.0 


54.6 


CGBWc 


5974 


9-2 1 50 


22.8 


59-1 




5925 


8.2 


35 


45-5 


29.1 


CGBWc 


' 5975 


9-3 51 


24.2 


4.0 




5926 


7.6 


35 


52.5 


12.4 


CGWm 


5976 


9-5 ' 51 


25.5 


12.8 




5927 


8.0 


35 


58.6 


36.0 


CGBWcWm 


5977 


9-3 1 51 


27.2 


37-5 




5928 


9-3 


3^ 


10. 1 


36.8 




' 5978 


8.9 ' 51 


59-5 


13.2 


CG 


5929 


9-3 


36 


33-4 


59-6 




5979 


8.3 1 52 


"•3 


1-4 




5930 


8.9 


36 


35-5 


50 


C 


' 5980 


9.2 ' 52 


36.0 


35.8 




5931 


9-4 


36 


44-3 


15-4 


• 


5981 


7-4 ' 52 


46.4 


7.8 


CGBWcWm 


5932 


9.2 


36 


45-2 


38.4 




S982 


9-2 1 53 


10.8 


30.7 


BWc 


5933 


9.0 


37 


1-5 


12.3 


WcWm 


5983 


9-2 1 53 


38.4 


52.1 




5934 


9.0 


37 


2.4 


21.8 


B 


5984 


8.6 1 54 


0.7 


13-9 


CGB 


5935 


9.2 


37 


27-4 


21.2 




5985 

1 


9-0 1 54 


21.0 


37-9 




5936 


9.0 


37 


29.4 


23-5 


B 


5986 


8.0 54 


51-3 


21-3 


CGBWc 


5937 


9.0 


37 


31.8 


55-3 


CWc 


' 5987 


9-0 ' 55 


5.4 


57-8 




5938 


9.4 


37 


37-7 


28.2 




5988 


7.3 1 55 


8.5 


-1.0 


CBWcWm 


5939 


9.4 


38 


27.5 


25.6 




5989 


8.4 ' 55 


24.0 


37-4 


CWcWm 


5940 


8.7 


38 


27.7 


8.0 


BWc 


5990 


9-5 1 55 


57-4 


18.2 




5941 


8.5 


38 


27.9 


43-3 


CBWc 


5991 


9-3 1 56 


2.7 


10.3 


B 


5942 


8.3 


38 


50.0 


9-3 


CGBWcWra 


5992 


9-2 56 


29.0 


8.1 




5943 


9.0 


39 


24.9 


29-5 




; 5993 


9-3 ' 56 


42.6 


31-4 


^^^^ ^^^B ^P^h ^» ^B fli ^B •• ^P 


5944 


8.9 


39 


42.7 


27.3 


CBWc 


5994 


8.7 ; 56 


45-5 


2.5 


CGBWcWm 


5945 


9.0 


41 


10. 


20.7 




, 5995 


9-2 ! 57 


1.9 


-0-3 


CGB 


5946 


8.0 


41 


37-2 


8.2 


CGBWcWm 


; 5996 


9-3 : 57 


14-4 1 


28.0 




5947 


8.6 


41 


41.6 


58.3 


CWc 


5997 


9.0 58 


56.4 


52.8 


CGBWc 


5948 


9.4 


42 


12.8 


1.6 




, 5998 


9.1 58 


57-4 


48.2 




5949 


9.2 


42 


14.9 


55-6 


C 


5999 


9-2 59 


^•4 , 


52.9 




5950 


8.9 


42 


25-1 


43.2 


CBWcWm 


6oc» 


7.8 1 59 


57-4 ' 


60.1 


GB 



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6001 


9.6 


59 


58.3 


48.6 




6051 


8.2 


15 


44-4 


56.4 


CGBWcWm 


6002 


9.6 


59 


59-9 


49.0 




6052 


9-3 


15 


56.8 


^2-7 




6003 


9.0 





9.0 


36.5 




6053 8.5 


16 


34-3 


. 38.9 


CWc 


6004 1 8.1 





13.2 


6.0 


BWcWm 


6054 


8.4 


16 


46.6 


56.6 


CBWm 


6005 8.5 





43-7 


17.6 


CBWc j 


6055 


9-4 


17 


3-1 


34.7 




6006 


9-4 


I 


50.3 


59-4 




6056 


8.8 


17 


5.6 


2.0 


CGWcWm 


6007 9.5 


2 


3.7 


42.6 


t 


6057 


9.0 


If 


20.6 


2.9 


CGWc 


6008 


9-4 


2 


26.3 


33-1 


. 


6058 ; 9.1 


17 


55-6 


47-5 


B 


6009 


9.0 


3 


41. 1 


47-5 


CGWc 


6059 


9.0 


18 


4-1 


48.7 




6010 9.6 


3 


47.8 


1.6 




6060 


9.1 


18 


12.6 


55-2 




601 1 


8.1 


4 


2.1 


52.0 


CGBWcWm 


6061 1 9.0 


18 


29.6 


I.O 


CGBWcWm 


6012 


8.8 


4 


4.1 


40.2 


G 


6062 


9.2 


18 


30.2 


56.2 




6013 9.3 


4 


II. 4 


20.2 


1 


6063 


9.6 


19 


33-4 


19.8 




6014 


8.1 


4 


17.9 


24.4 


CGBWcWm 


6064 


8.2 


19 


36.2 


29.4 


CBWcWm 


6015 


9-3 


4 


44.2 


36.4 




6065 


9-3 


19 


56.4 


9-4 




6016 ' 8.9 


4 


46.3 


32.4 


C 


6066 


9.9 


20 


32.6 


36.7 




6017 


9-4 


4 


47.0 


7.6 


■ 


6067 


8.0 


21 


5.8 


193 


CGBWcWm 


6018 


9-4 


4 


48.0 


59-4 




6068 


9.2 


21 


15-8 


3-6 




6019 9.2 


5 


26.8 


51-3 


1 


6069 


9.2 


21 


15-8 


6.8 




1 6020 8.9 


5 


39-2 


18.9 


CGBWcWm 


6070 


8.8 


21 


23.0 


40.9 


BWm 


1 
6021 9.6 


5 


39.8 


33.8 




6071 


9-5 


21 


29.7 


' 54-2 


1 


6022 9.5 


6 


35-7 


1.2 


1 


6072 


9.1 


21 


37.7 


0.0 


CB 


6023 


9-3 


7 


1.9 


313 




6073 


9-3 


21 


38.0 


45 -o 




6024 


9-3 


7 


13.4 


56.0 




6074 


9.2 


21 


43.6 


57 -o 




6025 8.7 

1 


7 


33-8 


, 505 


BWm 


6075 


9.8 


21 


58.5 


29.8 




6026 8.2 


7 


35-4 


1 
57 


CGBWcWm 


6076 


9.6 


22 


0.0 


30.4 


, 


6027 9.0 


7 


41.0 


43-1 




6077 


9.8 


22 


36.7 


13-5 




6028 9.6 


7 


503 


42.0 




6078 ; 8.4 


23 


7.9 


12.6 


CGWcWm 


6029 9.9 


8 


16.8 


31.5 




6079 


8.8 


23 


8.2 


-0.6 


CGB 


6030 9.8 


8 


42.6 


23-4 


Wm 


6080 


91 


23 


7-9 


41.6 




6031 ' 9.1 


8 


46.3 


42.7 


1 


6081 


9-5 


23 


25.0 


1-5 




6032 


9.2 


8 


49.8 


40.2 




6082 


9-5 


23 


28.7 


2.0 


B 


6033 


9-5 


9 


21. 1 


2.2 


' 


6083 9.1 


23 


36.5 


38.6 


C 


6034 9.6 


9 


31.7 


4.6 




6084 


9-3 


23 


52.6 


9.0 




6035 9-7 


9 


56.2 


19-5 




6085 


9.6 


23 


54-4 


14.8 




6036 9.1 


10 


22.6 


31. ;2 




6086 


9.8 


24 


26.0 


23.8 




6037 1 9-2 


10 


32.4 


8.3 


, 


6087 


9.1 


24 


39-3 


40.5 . 




6038 9.1 


10 


46.6 


33 




6088 


9-7 


25 


16.4 


39-4 




6039 9.5 


10 


56.0 


45 -o 




6089 


S.2 


25 


351 


43-3 


CGBWm 


6040 8.8 


II 


1-4 


10.2 


CGBWcWm 


6090 


9.5 


25 


54.2 


15-4 




6041 


9-S 


II 


18.8 


12.8 


B 


6091 


8.9 


25 


55-5 


35.3 




6042 


9.6 


II 


31.0 


19.0 




6092 9.6 


25 


57 -o 


9.6 




6043 9.6 


II 


38.1 


4.2 




6093 


9.0 


26 


20.2 


15.9 




6044 9-5 


II 


58.2 


32.3 




6094 


9.0. 


26 


25-7 


21.7 


CG 


6045 


8.8 


12 


48.0 


52.8 


1 
1 

1 


6095 


9.0 


26 


30.0 


14.6 


CGB 


6046 


8.7 


12 


50.0 


14.4 


GBWcWm 


6096 


8.8 


26 


34-8 


4.6 


BWm 


6047 8.0 


12 


54-6 


55.8 


CGBWm 


6097 9.9 


26 


50.2 


32.0 




6048 


9.2 


13 


3-9 


20.2 




6098 9.7 


27 


6.2 


0.7 




6049 


9.6 


M 


II. 


39-7 




6099 9.3 


27 


20.0 


28.2 




6050 9.0 


15 


23.8 


10.6 


Wc 


6100 8.8 


27 


53-2 


12.5 


CBWcWm 



166 



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9.6 


28 


39-2 


53.5 




6151 


9-5 


49 


50.0 


3-0 




6l02 


9.1 


28 


46.8 


27-5 




6152 


9 3 


50 


26.9 


39-8 




6103 


9.0 


29 


32.7 


14.0 


B 


6153 


8.2 


51 


35-2 


14.9 


CGBWcWm 


6104 


9.7 


29 


39-4 


46.2 




6154 


8.8 


51 


38.9 


18.6 


CBWcWm 


6105 


9-3 


29 


43-4 


11.9 




6155 


8.8 


51 


53 -o 


48.4 




6106 


9-7 


30 


16.8 


51.6 




6156 


9.6 


52 


22.8 


5-4 


. 


6107 


9.0 


30 


40.0 


14.8 


Wc 


6157 


9.2 


52 


36.6 


6.8 




6108 


9.4 


31 


i9-3 


50.2 




6158 


8.1 


52 


51.0 


26.0 


CGBWcWm 


6109 


8.8 


31 


22.6 


27.7 




6159 


7.8 


5i 


59-4 


38.9 


CGBWm 


61 10 


8-3 


31 


259 


19.6 


GBWcWm 


6160 


9.1 


53 


28.1 


8.2 


Wc 


6111 


8.9 


31 


27.6 


19.0 




6161 


9.6 


53 


47.8 


19.8 




6112 


8.5 


31 


31-7 


54-3 




6162 


9.6 


54 


40.7 


58.8 




61 13 


8.7 


31 


31.8 


31.6 


CBWm 


6163 


8.9 


55 


^.2 


12.2 


CGBWc 


61 14 


8.8 


31 


33 


30.4 




6164 


9.4 


55 


19. 1 


54-4 




6115 


9.0 


32 


7-2 


51-5 




6165 


9.8 


55 


40-3 


I.I 




61 16 


9.0 


32 


41.5 


21.3 


Wc 


6166 


9.8 


55 


51-4 


1.6 




6117 


2-^ 


32 


46.2 


10.6 




6167 


9.8 


56 


5-0 


5-0 




61 18 


8.3 


33 


21.8 


39 


CGBWm 


6168 


8.9 


56 


29.2 


4-1 


CGBWc 


61 19 


9.2 


33 


35-9 


-0.8 




6169 


9-4 


56 


40.4 


16.0 




6120 


9.0 


33 


39-4 


21.6 




6170 


9.8 


57 


0.0 


44.2 




6121 


8.8 


33 


40.9 


8.2 


Wc 


6I7I 


9.0 


57 


14-5 


265 


1 


6122 


8.6 


33 


41.4 


311 


CGBWcWm 


6172 


9.8 


57 


22.6 


314 




6123 


9-3 


33 


57-9 


309 




6173 


9.9 


57 


43-6 


38.6 


1 


6124 


9-5 


34 


39-4 


12.0 




6174 


7'4 


58 


26.8 


47-9 


CGBWm 


6125 


7.9 


35 


8.5 


60.0 


COB 


6175 


9.2 


58 


27.4 


10. 1 


' 


6126 


9.6 


35 


32.8 


30 




6176 


6.9 


58 


38.6 


42.8 


CGBWm 


6127 


8.7 


36 


8.3 


42.7 


BWm 


6177 


9.8 


58 


39-2 


21.8 




6128 


8.8 


36 


57-9 


6.3 


BWc 


6178 


9.1 


59 


25.6 


12.4 




6129 


9-5 


37 


19.4 


28.0 


Wc 


6179 


9.1 


59 


41.0 


52.0 




6130 


9-3 


38 


29.6 


57.2 




6180 


9-5 





7.6 


46.1 




6131 


8.6 


39 


195 


60.0 


GB 


6I8I 


8.6 





25.8 


31-4 


GBWcWm 


6132 


9.0 


39 


41.7 


58.6 


C 


6182 


9.1 


I 


18.8 


12.7 


CB 


6133 


7.8 


39 


48.2 


23.2 


GWcWm 


6183 


8.2 


I 


38.0 


6.6 


CGBWcWm 


6134 


7-3 


39 


53.7 


16.0 


CGBWc 


6184 


9-7 


I 


59-7 


16.8 




6135 


9-5 


40 


19.0 


53.6 


' 


6185 


8.0 


2 


8.4 


3-5 


CGBWcWm 


6136 


9.6 


40 


33-9 


33.8 




6186 


8.0 


2 


16.2 


54-0 


CGWm 


^'^l 


9.8 


41 


1.8 


4.6 




6187 


9-5 


2 


22.2 


9.0 




6138 


9-4 


42 


41.8 


59-7 




6188 


10. 


2 


29.4 


II. 4 




6139 


9.8 


42 


58.2 


22.8 


' 


6189 


9-3 


2 


48.6 


26.4 




6140 

1 


8.8 


43 


293 


H'3 


CGBWm 


6190 


8.1 


3 


11.4 


41-7 


CGBWm 


6141 


9-4 


43 


36.2 


28.6 




6I9I 


9.6 


3 


26.6 


55.8 




6142 


9.0 


44 


12.2 


55.7 




6192 


9-5 


3 


34-0 


0.8 




6143 


9.3 


44 


49-3 


44.0 




6193 


10. 


3 


36.0 


27.8 




' 6144 


9-4 


45 


0.8 


55.6 




6194 


10. 


3 


37-1 


23.8 




1 6145 


9.6 


45 


4.6 


21-5 




6195 


9-5 


3 


42.8 


7-3 


BWc 


6146 


8.0 


45 


12.3 


-I.O 


CB 


6196 


9.4 


4 


17.7 


32.8 




6147 


9.8 


45 


46.7 


33 • 5 




6197 


9.6 


4 


52.0 


39-2 


■ 


6148 


8.6 


46 


37.0 


24. 8 


BWcWm 


6I9S 


8.0 


5 


3.6 


22.9 


CGBWcWm 


6149 


9.2 


47 


27.4 


50.2 


' 


6199 


8.1 


5 


6.0 


7.6 


CGBWcWm 


6150 


8.7 


49 


38.8 


30.8 


CWc 


6200 


9.2 


5 


34-6 


14.0 





DURCHMUSTEBDNG, — 23°. 



167 



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1 ' 


1 






1 




E 


c 6 


21* 


->3° 


References. 


g 


B 6 


4 


2I» 


-23° i 


References. 


3 












■ 1 
















m. 


s. 


/ 


Ml. 


s. 


/ 




6201 


8.0 


6 


10.2 


28.7 


CGBWcWm 


6251 


9.2 


25 


34-2 


29.4 




6202 9.5 


6 


17-4 


56.6 




6252 


9.2 


25 


40.0 


5-4 




6203 10. 


6 


39-7 


30.2 




6253 


9.0 


25 


46.1 


35-6 




6204 


8.9 


6 


50.6 


7.6 


CGBWc 


; 6254 


9.2 


26 


H-5 


0.6 




6205 


8.6 


7 


39-5 


45-6 


CB 


6255 


8.4 


27 


5.6 


45 -o 


CGBWm 


6206 8.8 


8 


14.8 


39.8 




6256 


8.9 


27 


16.6 


7.8 


B 


6207 


8.3 


8 


20.6 


24.9 


CGBWm 


6257 


9.2 


27 


42.9 


9.2 




6208 9.5 


9 


3-2 


44.2 




6258 


8.8 


27 


56.2 


27.4 


CBWm 


6209 9.5 


9 


14.0 


30.6 




6259 


9 2 


28 


33-2 


1.6 




6210 

• 


9-3 


lO 


29.2 


53-9 




6260 


9-3 


29 


ZS'(> 


350 


1 


62 1 1 


8.1 


12 


235 


0.1 


BWcWm 


.6261 


8.6 


29 


41.1 


42.7 


BWm 


6212 9.2 


12 


570 


60. 1 




6262 


9.0 


29 


45- 1 


13.6 


Wm 


6213 


10.0 


13 


14-2 


19.4 




6263 


8.9 


29 


46.1 


9.8 




6214 


9-3 


13 


22.6 


57-2 




6264 


8.8 


30 


7-3 


56.6 




6215 9.2 


13 


33-2 


58.6 




6265 


9.4 


30 


12.8 


35.8 




6216 9.2 


13 


43-2 


0.6 


Wc 


6266 


8.9 


30 


'7-5 


1 48.0 


B 


6217 


8.8 


13 


58.2 


18.8 


Wc 


6267 


9-4 


30 


41.4 


34.2 


\ 


6218 


9.8 


14 


8.0 


2-5 




6268 


9-3 


30 


53 


33-5 




6219 9.2 


H 


8.5 


7.7 




6269 


9-5 


30 


.'?9-4 


43-4 




6220 6.3 


14 


41.5 


17.0 


CGBWcWm 


6270 


8.4 


31 


41.2 


50.8 


CBWm 


6221 


9.2 


IS 


32.8 


3.8 


B 


6271 


Neb. 


32 


7-7 


50.0 


1 Wm 


6222 7.6 


15 


49.6 


22.5 


GBWcWn, 


6272 


9.6 


32 


12.8 


51 




6223 7.7 


16 


2.8 


54-8 


CGWm 


6273 


9.2 


32 


38.7 


26.0 




6224 


9-4 


16 


9.1 


8.0 




6274 


6.1 


33 


45-9 


54-7 


CGBWm 


6225 


9-3 


16 


17.9 


3-3 




6275 


9-3 


34 


9.0 


43-2 




6226 0.2 


16 


41.6 


55-4 




6276 


9-3 


34 


II. 8 


1 
41.5 




622^ 8.4 


16 


57.4 


52.8 




6277 


9.4 


34 


15-3 


45-3 




6228 8.7 


17 


17.0 


36.4 


B 


6278 


9.6 


34 


23.6 


46.9 




6229 8.9 


17 


25.6 


49.0 




6279 


9.2 


34 


42.6 


24.2 




6230 9.6 


17 


50.2 


5-2 


Wc 


6280 


8.1 


34 


44.8 


50.2 


CGBWm 


6231 


3-5 


18 


23.0 


1.8 


CGBWcWm 


6281 


9-7 


34 


45-3 


41.7 




6232 9.2 


18 


42.6 


50.8 




6282 


90 


34 


51.8 


41.9 


GB 


6233 8.8 


19 


47.8 


33-3 


C 


6283 


9-4 


ZS 


32.3 


14.3 


1 
1 


6234 9.4 


19 


54-6 


0.4 




6284 


9.0 


36 


46.9 


14.8 




6235 


9.6 


20 


1-4 


20.1 




6285 


7.6 


36 


52.5 


13.0 


CGBWm 


6236 9.1 


20 


21.4 


17.8 


Wc 


6286 


9-5 


37 


12.4 


18.6 




6237 9.2 


20 


30.8 


i6.8 


Wc 


6287 


9.0 


38 


4-4 


4-3 




6238 9.5 


20 


56.6 


58.9 




6288 


9.2 


38 


15-5 


30 




6239 


9.2 


21 


10.2 


10.6 




6289 


8.9 


38 


33 


8.9 


CGBWm 


6240 


8.9 


21 


35-2 


52.2 


CGBWm 


6290 


9-4 


38 


46.4 


20.6 




6241 9.3 


21 


46.8 


50-5 


CGBWm 


6291 


9.6 


39 


I.I 


0.4 




6242 9.6 


21 


49-9 


18.8 




6292 


9-5 


39 


48.6 


26.4 




6243 9.1 


21 


51-5 


24.0 


Wc 


6293 


9.6 


40 


29.4 


32.0 




6244 ; 9.4 


23 


6.7 


13.0 


Wc 


6*94 


8.3 


40 


55-6 


29.4 


CGBWm 


6245 


9.1 


23 


47-1 


29-3 


B 


6295 


8.9 


41 


9.2 


18.4 


BWm 


6246 


9.2 


23 


48.4 


23-4 




6296 


9.4 


41 


14.6 


295 




6247 1 8.7 


23 


56.8 


41-5 


Wm 


6297 


9.4 


4« 


25.0 


25.0 




6248 8.3 


24 


6.8 


16.5 


GBWcWm 


6298 


7-7 


43 


9-7 


56.2 


CGBWm 


6249 9.2 


24 


28.4 


3.6 




6299 


9-4 


43 


34.3 


5-4 




6250 9.2 


24 


39 2 


33-2 




6300 


8.6 


43 


52.7 


26.3 


CGBWm 



168 



DCBCHMUSTEBDNO, — 23°. 



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B 


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—22* 


-23° 


References. 


B 


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4 


82* 


-23° 


References. 


3 


« 5 








3 


03 ^ 










Z 


s 








Z 


s 














m. 


X. 


/ 








nt. 


X. 


/ 




6301 


9.2 


44 


11. 


4.0 




6351 


9.2 


I 


46.8 


20.4 




6302 


9.0 


44 


22.2 


22.2 


GBWm 


6352 


9.6 


I 


51-8 


21.2 




6303 


9.0 


46 


6.4 


38.8 


CGBWm 


6353 


9-4 


2 


6.4 


II. 2 


1 


6304 


9.2 


46 


55.1 


18. 1 




6354 


9i 


2 


10.5 


50.6 


( 


6305 


9.2 


47 


6.2 


17.9 


WcWm 


6355 


9.6 


3 


1.4 


25-4 


1 

' 1 


6306 


9.1 


47 


14.0 


-K>.i 


B 


6356 


8.6 


3 


7-2 


10.5 


, BWcWm 


6307 


8.8 


47 


16.8 


59-0 


CGBWm 


6357 


9-5 


3 


12.9 


21.4 


1 


6308 


8.0 


47 


32.6 


44-3 


CGBWm 


6358 


9.2 


, 3 


34-2 


21.6 


1 


6309 


9.6 


48 


5-2 


17.5 


. 


6359 


9-3 


3 


58.4 


59-9 


1 

1 


6310 


9.2 


48 


14.2 


56.7 


1 


6360 


9-3 


1 

1 ^ 


9.1 


16.4 


1 


631 1 


8.4 


49 


16.5 


22.3 


CWcWm 


6361 


9.6 


1 5 


21.2 


26.8 


1 

1 


6312 


9.2 


'49 


33.8 


23.4 


W^c 


6362 


9-3 


' 5 


30.6 


32.9 


1 


6313 


8.2 50 


2.0 


54.8 


CGBWm 


6363 


9.1 


5 


39-7 


52.0 


1 


6314 


9.6 50 


2.1 


5.6 




6364 


9.2 


5 


58.0 


50.8 


1 


6315 


9-3 


50 


24.8 


10.8 




6365 


9-5 


6 

1 


6.9 


22.6 


1 
1 


6316 


9-4 


50. 


43-5 


31.0 




6366 


8.8 


, 7 


10.3 


34 3 


1 

1 c 


P'l 


9-3 


50 


44.0 


33-9 




6367 


7-2 


1 7 


49.1 


25.8 


1 CWtWm 


6318 


9-5 


50 


57.4 


13-3 




6368 


7.8 


8 


3-5 


43.9 


CGBWm 


6319 


8.9 


SI 


7.1 


22.0 


BWc 


6369 


9.6 


8 


50.0 


1.6 




6320 


8.1 


51 


8.3 


33-9 


CGBWm 


6370 


6.8 


8 


55.3 


52.2 


CGBWm 


6321 


9.4 


51 


36.2 


37-2 




6371 


7.8 


, 9 


28.2 


50.6 


CGBWm 


6322 


9-4 


52 


29.1 


5.8 




6372 


9-5 


' 9 


37-2 


17.6 




6323 


8.1 


52 


32.6 


59-2 


CGBWm 


6373 


7.5 


10 


10.2 


I.I 


' CGBWtWm 


6324 


9-4 


52 


34-2 


25.6 




6374 


9.0 


10 


38.8 


48.3 




6325 


8.6 


53 


0.0 


21.7 


CGWm 


6375 


9.0 


10 


54-2 


50.6 




6326 


9-4 


53 


9.6 


59-6 




6376 


8.5 


10 


56.4 


31-2 


CGBWtWm 


P^^l 


9-3 


53 


9.8 


34-5 




6377 


8.8 


10 


59-4 


38.4 


CGB 


6328 


9-4 


53 


39-2 


15-7 




6378 


9-5 


11 


20. 1 


12.6 




6329 


8.9 


53 


44.0 


12.8 


CGWcWm 


6379 


2-° 


12 


16.7 


42.2 




6330 


9-4 


54 


3.8 


13-8 




6380 


8.9 


12 


32.1 


21.0 




6331 


9.0 


54 


13.4 


18.9 


CG 


6381 


9.4 


12 


41. 1 


7.9 




6332 


9-5 


54 


33-6 


14.4 




6382 


9-5 


12 


46.7 


45-1 




6333 


9-5 


55 


7.3 


38.2 




6383 


8.9 


12 


50.2 


25.8 


1 CGBWm 


6334 


9-4 


55 


7-^ 


57-2 


C 


6384 


9-5 


12 


51-2 


43 




633s 


9.2 


56 


36.6 


530 




6385 


9-4 


12 


54-5 


14.8 




6336 


9-4 


56 


45.8 


-0.2 


CBWcG 


6386 


9.2 


13 


1-7 


31.4 




6337 


9-4 


56 


51.2 


54-0 




6387 


8.7 


13 


7.0 


12. 1 




6338 


9-3 


57 


37-0 


43-7 




6388 


8.8 


13 


36.3 


33-3 


CGBWm 


6339 


8.6 


58 


14.6 


48.2 


CBWm 


6389 


9-4 


H 


48.0 


45-2 




6340 


8.9 


58 


21.2 


46.3 


CB 


6390 


9.6 


14 


58.1 


32.7 




6341 


9-3 


58 


50.3 


58.4 




6391 


9-4 


15 


4-5 


40.4 




6342 


95 


59 


5-3 


18.6 




6392 


9.1 


15 


321 


28.1 


CG 


6343 


9.6 


59 


52.0 


5.8 




6393 


9.6 


15 


52.3 


2.6 




6344 


9.0 


59 


55-1 


18.7 


CGBWcWm 


6394 


8.2 


16 


22.4 


-0.8 


CGB , 


6345 


9-4 





51.8 


1.2 


1 


6395 


9.2 


16 


30.8 


6.4 




6346 


^'i 





55-7 


24.9 




6396 


9.1 


17 


6.4 


48.5 




6347 


9.8 





57.2 


17.8 


1 


6397 


9.2 


17 


53-5 


45-4 




6348 


9.2 


I 


27.2 


35-5 




6398 


8.6 


18 


2.1 


40.0 


CBWm 


6349 


9-5 


I 


30.2 


3-5 


1 


6399 


8.0 


18 


6.2 


21.7 


Wm 


6350 


8.9 

b 


I 


45-9 


45-1 


CBWm ' 

1 


6400 


9.6 


18 


12.2 


36.6 





DUBCHMU8TEBUNG, — 23°. 



169 



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:ude. 


2 




-23° 


References. 


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1 

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A 


22* 


-23° 


References. 


3 


1^ 










3 














m. 


s. 


/ 




nt. 


J. 


/ 




6401 • 


9.2 


19 


II. 


56.2 




645^ 


9-5 


38 


50.7 


24-3 




t 6402 


8.1 


19 


26.5 


15.6 


BWtWm 


6452 


8.4 


39 


43 


55.7 


CGBWm 


6403 


8.4 


^9 


50- 5 


20.4 


CGBWm 


6453 


9.2 


39 


44.2 


25.6 




6404 


9.6 


20 


H-5 


50.1 


• 


6454 


8.3 


41 


5.0 


25.0 


CBWiWm 


6405 


9.1 


20 


22.7 


-0.7 




6455 


7-3 


41 


23-7 


51.6 


CGBWm 


6406 


9.2 


20 


'32.4 


29.6 




6456 


9.6 


41 


26.8 


2.9 




6407 


8.6 


21 


18.8 


47.0 


BWm 


6457 


9-4 


41 


38.2 


8.3 




6408 


9.8 


22 


31.0 


13-7 




6458 


9-5 


42 


4.9 


58.9 




6409 


9.8 


23 


14.2 


5.6 




6459 


9.1 


42 


14.4 


28.9 


CGB 


6410 


8.4 


23 


14.4 


44.1 


CGBWm 


6460 


8.6 


42 


48.5 


28.2 


CBWtWm 


641 1 


9.3 


23 


28.9 


16.6 




6461 


9.6 


42 


54.8 


53.6 




6412 


8.6 


23 


33 -o 


54-6 




6462 


9-5 


43 


42.6 


4.6 




6413 


8.6 


23 


36.5 


24.6 


BWiWm 


6463 


9.9 


44 


4.8 


19.0 




1 6414 


8.9 


24 


9.0 


1.2 


CB 


6464 


9-5 


44 


46.7 


36.0 




1 6415 

1 


9-7 


24 


23-7 


38.3 




6465 


9.4 


44 


52.0 


18.6 




6416 


9-4 


25 


6.1 


17.6 




6466 


9.4 


44 


56.1 


42.2 


CB 


6417 


9.6 


25 


26.8 


50.6 




6467 


8.5 


45 


23.6 


24.7 


CGBWm 


6418 


9.6 


25 


50.2 


5-x 




646S 


9.2 


45 


27.6 


59-9 




6419 


9-7 


26 


2.0 


32.0 




6469 


9-3 


45 


52.0 


3-$ 




6420 


8.0 


26 


24-7 


21.7 


CGBWm 


6470 


8.9 


46 


23-7 


13.8 


CBWm 


6421 


9.3 


28 


43-9 


54-3 




6471 


8.7 


46 


58.1 


52.9 


CGWm 


6422 


9.2 


28 


44.0 


24.8 




6472 


7.6 


47 


5.7 


8.1 


CGBWtWm 


6423 


9.2 


29 


8.2 


45-4 




6473 


8.8 


47 


50.0 


22.1 


Wm 


6424 


9-5 


29 


16.4 


43-0 




6474 


9.6 


48 


33-4 


44.6 




6425. 


9.1 


29 


16.6 


41. 1 




6475 


8.6 


49 


57-4 


23.1 


CGBWtWm 


6426 


8.9 


29 


28.1 


9.9 


c 


6476 


8.9 


50 


3-2 


36.0 


CBWm 


6427 


9.2 


29 


34-4 


49-5 




6477 


9-3 


50 


28.3 


10.6 


CB 


6428 


9-3 


29 


37-4 


6.1 




6478 


8.7 


51 


31-2 


36.5 


CGWm 


6429 


8.6 


29 


41.0 


60.7 




6479 


9.4 


51 


52.1 


9-4 




6430 


9-4 


30 


I.O 


6.0 




6480 


8.9 


52 


18.9 


23.8 


CGBWt 


6431 


8.8 


30 


1.2 


24.0 


CB 


6481 


8.1 


52 


35-6 


17. 1 


CGBWtWm 


6432 


7.7 


30 


29.4 


29.6 


CGBWtWm 


6482 


9.1 


52 


44.6 


39-4 


Wm 


6433 


9-4 


30 


34-5 


3.8 




6483 


8.6 


53 


5-7 


1.8 


CGB 


6434 


9.2 


30 


42.7 


45 -o 




6484 


9.4 


53 


12.3 


II. 4 


B 


6435 


8.7 


30 


54-3 


54-4 


C 


6485 


7.1 


53 


34-4 


34-7 


CGW^m 


6436 


8.0 


31 


II. 


23-4 


CGBWtWm 


6486 


9.6 


53 


44-7 


45-^ 




6437 


8.0 


31 


36.2 


32.3 


CGBWm 


6487 


7.7 


53 


45-5 


"•3 


CGBWtWm 


6438 


9.1 


33 


0.4 


24.5 




6488 


9.1 


53 


52.3 


58.0 


1 


6439 


8.8 


33 


6.2 


II. 8 


BWm 


6489 


9-4 


53 


52.9 


8.5 




. 6440 

1 


8.6 


33 


27.0 


18.9 


Wm 


6490 


9.6 


54 


SS^^ 


41.2 




i 6441 


9.2 


34 


5-9 


53.8 


c 


6491 


8.8 


55 


8.6 


24.2 


CGBWm 


6442 


8.6 


34 


43-4 


57.0 




6492 


9-5 


55 


33-4 


4.3 


C 


6443 


9.0 


34 


48.7 


2.4 


B 


6493 


8.1 


56 


16.0 


30.2 


CGBWm 


6444 


8.2 


36 


8.4 


53-4 


BWm 


6494 


8.0 


56 


24.4 


1.0 


CGBWt 


6445 


9.3 


36 


47-5 


32.0 




6495 


9.8 


56 


56.7 


23.8 




6446 


8.4 


37 


7.4 


44-5 


CGBWm 


6496 


9.1 


57 


5.4 


56.8 


Wm 


6447 


8.5 


37 


13-9 


52.1 


CGBWm 


6497 


8.0 


57 


38.4 


16.4 


GBWtWm 


6448 


9.0 


37 


17.4 


34.7 




6498 


9.2 


58 


9.6 


21.8 




6449 


8.7 


37 


30.1 


23.0 


Wm 


6499 


9.0 


58 


14.0 


52.6 




6450 


9.0 


38 

1 


21.5 


56.9 




6500 


9.. 


58 


39-5 


55.5 





170 



DDRCHMCSTEBUNG, — 23°. 



• 


• 

1 B 6 


1 

1 




1 




• 

J5 


1 

c 6 










£ 

mm 


«2 


1 22' 


'~23» 


-23^ 


References. 


E 


bo's 


4 


*3* 


-23° 


References. 


3 

m 


IS 


1 


• 






s 












1 


*. 


f 




m. 


s. 


» 




6501 


9.4 


58 


43-5 


4-9 




6551 


9.1 


15 


19. 1 


60.1 


• 1 


6502 


1 9.0 


58 


58.2 


34-2 


Wt 


6552 


9-5 


16 


2.2 


41.0 




6503 


^ 8.8 


59 


17. 1 


-0.5 


Wm 


6553 


. 8.7 


16 


4.0 


2^4-3 


GBWtWm i 


6504 


9.0 


59 


1S.2 


57-4 


Wt 


6554 


8.8 


16 


17.8 


7-2 


Wm 


6505 


9-4 





9-7 


52.0 


Wt 


6555 


9.2 


16 


26»7 


20.8 




6506 


9.r 





56.9 


56.0 


CWt 


6556 


9-4 


16 


27.8 


10\2 




6507 


9-3 


1 


0.5 


43 6 




6557 


1 9-3 


16 


41.6 


58.4 




6508 


9.6 


I 


25-4 


3.4 




6558 


8.5 


17 


18.4 


17.7 


GBWtWm 


6509 


8.7 


I 


53-5 


53-3 


CGWtWm 


6559 


1 9-5 


17 


43-1 


10.5 




6510 


9.2 


2 


1.8 


47.2 


[ 


6560 


9.1 


17 


505 


56.4 


Wt 


651 1 


4-7 


2 


10.2 


15. 1 


CGBWtWm 


6561 


9.1 


18 


7.0 


60.8 




6512 


8.5 


2 


12.4 


53.8 


CGWiWm 


6562 


8.4 


18 


20.7 


19.4 


GBWm 


6513 


9-3 


2 


P9.0 


40.4 




6563 


8.5 


iS 


41.5 


52.1 


GBWtWm 


6514 


9.6 


3 


0.7 


7-3 




6564 


8.8 


18 


43-3 


32.6 


BWt 1 


6515 


9.6 


3 


27.0 


15.5 




6565 


9-5 


18 


46.8 


28.0 




6516 


9-3 


4 


4-1 


-0.4 


COB 


6566 


8.2 


19 


21.8 


31.8 


GBWtWm 


6517 


9.6 


4 


7-4 


20.8 




6567 


9.2 


20 


14-3 


37-8 


CWt 


6518 


2*i 


4 


9-4 


14. 1 




6568 


9.2 


20 


42.3 


18.6 




6519 


!1 


4 


50.3 


48.0 


CBWtWm 


6569 


8.8 


21 


53-2 


51.6 


WtWm 


6520 


8.6 


4 


53-4 


25.0 


Wt 


6570 


8.6 


22 


26.6 


27.6 


BWtWm 1 


6521 


9.4 


4 


59'0 


24.9 


Wt 


6571 


9.0 


22 


36.7 


19.2 


B ' 


6522 


10. 


5 


37.2 


4-4 




6572 


9-3 


22 


56.1 


15.0 




6523 


9.4 


5 


54.8 


H-5 




6573 


9.1 


23 


1.9 


4.0 


1 

1 


6524 


9-7 


6 


12.0 


39-7 




6574 


9.1 


23 


6.5 


51.0 


Wt i 


6525 


9.1 


6 


18. 1 


57-4 


CGBWtWm 


6575 


9-5 


23 


27-3 


26.0 




6526 


8.6 


6 


39-4 


9.8 


CBWm 


6576 


9.2 


23 


35-3 


36.1 


Wt 1 


6527 


9-4 


7 


4.6 


36.3 




6577 




26 


13-9 


30.4 


1 


6528 


8.9 


7 


36.4 


15.0 


B 


6578 


' 8.'6 


26 


21.8 


44.6 


CGBWm 


6529 


9-3 


7 


44.4 


24.7 




6579 


9.6 


26 


38.0 


32.0 


t 


6530 


8.8 


7 


590 


3.1 


CBWm 


6580 


9-5 


26 


46.7 


45.8 




6531 


7.1 


8 


46.4 


60.6 


GB 


6581 


9.2 


26 


56.8 


60.7 




6532 


9-3 


8 


46.9 


27.5 




6582 


9-3 


27 


11.4 


4-5 




6533 


9.2 


9 


8.6 


29.7 




6583 


8.9 


27 


5S.6 


25.0 


CBWm 


6534 


9.1 


9 


10.6 


27.1 




6584 


9.1 


28 


9.8 


12.4 


C 


6535 


8.5 


9 


46.4 


36.9 


CGBWtWm 


6585 


9-4 


28 


38.4 


42.2* 


i 


6536 


8.8 


9 


56.6 


24.9 


CGWt 


6586 


'9-4 


29 


8.7 


40.0 




6537 


9-5 


10 


6.9 


II. 2 




6587 


9-4 


30 


12.8 


6.6 


I 


6538 


9-7 


10 


23.6 


23.8 




6588 


,9-6 


30 


25.8 


40.6 


1 

1 


6539 


9.6 


10 


51.2 


30.6 




6589 


9.2 


30 


33-2 


24.0 1 


1 

1 


6540 


9.6 


lO 


52.0 


41.5 




6590 


9-3 


30 


43-6 


19.2 


1 
1 


65^1 


9.8 


II 


8.7 


44-4 




6591 


9.4 


31 


31 


23.7 


1 
1 


6542 


9-4 


II 


10.8 


31-5 




6592 


7-9 


32 


6.6 


20.5 ! 


CGBWm 


6543 


^'l 


II 


23.1 


56.3 


Wt 


6593 


9-5 


32 


33.8 


34-7 1 


1 


6544 


7.8 


12 


21.0 


36.7 


CGBWtWm 


6594 


9-4 


32 


42.3 


25-2 j 


1 

1 


6545 


9.6 


12 


44.0 


42.0 




6595 


9.2 


32 


50.9 


49-3 1 


Wt ; 


6546 


9.0 


13 


4.2 


5.9 


B 


6596 


8.8 


32 


59 -o 


33-4 t 


CBWiWm 1 


6547 


9-5 


14 


1.2 


20.2 




6597 


9.6 , 


33 


59-2 


21.4 1 


1 


6548 


9.6 


14 


10.9 


34-0 




6598 


9.4 1 


35 


4-1 


49.6 1 


1 

1 


6549 


9.1 


15 


10.3 


3.1 




6599 


9.6 1 


35 


6.4 


21.7 1 


1 


6550 


' 8.6 


15 


16.0 


50.0 


GBWtWm 


6600 


9-3 


35 


9.8 


56.7 


Wt 



DUROHMUBTEBUNG, — 23°. 



171 



4> 

s 



6601 
6602 

6603 

6604 

6605 
6606 

6607 

6608 

6609 
6610 

6611 
6612 
6613 
6614 

6615 

6616 
6617 
6618 

6619 
6620 

6621 

6622 

6623 
6624 

6625 

6626 

6627 

6628 

6629 
6630 

6631 

6632 

6633 
6634 
6635 



K 4^ 



23* 



•23^ 



References. 



9 

8 

8 

9 
9 

9 
9 



8* 

9 

9 



9 
8 

9 
9 
9 

8 
8 
8 

9 
9 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

9 

9 

9 
8 

9 

9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



6 

9 

5 
7 

4 

o 
3 



I 
6 

4 
7 

3 

8 

8 

4 
7 
5 
3 

7 

7 
3 

4 

2 

2 

4 
o 

3 
I 

2 

5 

5 
7 

7 

2 



35 
35 
36 
36 
36 

37 
37 
37 
37 
38 

38 
38 
39 
39 
39 

39 
40 

40 

40 

4^ 

41 
41 
41 
41 
42 

42 
42 

42 

42 

43 

43 

45 
46 

46 

46 



s. 

X2.9 

28.6 
0.4 

14. 1 
54-4 



17- 
33- 
35. 
54-3 
4-2 



8 
8 



10.2 

55-4 

29-5 
36.2 

40.0 

55-1 
18.5 

21.2 

59.8 
12. 1 

25.1 
42.0 

55.4 
55-9 

5-2 

II. 9 
12. 1 

54-1 
55.6 

6.8 

9.7 

21.2 

2.0 

7.0 

20.1 



22.5 

54-1 
42.1 

40.6 

-0.8 

59.8 
15-8 
26.2 
48.0 
59-2 

31.2 
49.6 
12. 1 
42.4 
40.4 

4-3 
50.8 

25-4 
29 .t) 

30-5 

4'2.I 

30.8 
29.6 

-0.3 
-0.3 

20.8 

53-7 

42.3 

2.3 
16.0 

4.7 
9.6 

46.6 

32.5 
5-9 



WtWm 

GBWtWm 



CGBWtWm 

GBWiWm 
Wt 



CB 



CGWtWm 

CGBWtWm 

GBWtWm 

Wt 



Wt 
Wt 
CGBWtWm , 6664 



Wt 



• 


1 


u 


,^ 


s 


B V 


[uin 


-2 


^ 


9.2 


6636 


6637 


8.7 


6638 


9-3 


6639 1 


9-5 


6640 


9.2 


6641 


9-3 


6642 


9-4 


6643 


9-7 


6644 


9-3 


O645 


9-4 


6646 


9.6 


6647 


8.9 


6648 


8.9 


6649 


8.4 


6650 


9-5 


6651 


9-3 


6652 


8.7 


6653 


8.6 


6654 


8.6 


6655 


9-7 


6656 


9-4 


^57 


9.1 


6658 


9.0 


6659 


9.4 


6660 


9.2 


6661 


9-5 


6662 


9-7 


6663 


9.1 


6664 


9.1 


6665 


9,0 


6666 


9-5 


6667 


9-7 


6668 


6.0 


6669 


9-3 


6670 


9-5 


6671 


8.9 



23* 



46 

47 
47 
48 
48 

48 
49 
49 
49 
50 

50 
51 
51 
52 
52 

52 
52 
53 
53 
54 

54 
54 
54 
54 
54 

55 
56 
56 
56 
58 

58 
58 
59 
59 
59 



X. 

40.1 

9-4 

'3- 1 

2.7 
19.2 

27-5 
II. 8 
14.4 
55-2 
4.6 

33-7 
28.8 

35-5 
25-4 
32.7 

37-3 

42.7 
14,6 

34.8 

2-5 

26.0 

37-6 

38.1 
41.0 

43-4 

26.7 

9-5 
20.1 

35-6 
17-4 

25-9 
30.6 

24-5 

29-3 
42.2 



-23^ 



59 44-7 



44-7 
50.0 

1-4 

49.6 

47.2 

21.5 
41.8 

52.4 
23-4 
53 -o 

31.6 
48.8 
II. 7 

13-9 
II. 2 

513 
24.1 

28.5 

35-2 

42.7 

36.4 
28.2 

6.7 

20.4 

44.1 

32.6 
42.4 

27.5 
18.2 

19.2 

40.0 

3.3 
54-6 

38.4 
49.6 

54-4 



References. 



Wt 
GBWtWm 

Wt 
GBWr 



Wt 
Wt 

CBWtWm 



CGBWtWm 
CGBWtWm 
CGBWtWm 



Wt 



CGWtWm 

Wt 

CGWtWm 



SOUTHERN NEBULA. 



SOUTHERN NEBULA. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The following observations were made with the filar micrometer of 
the 26-inch equatorial. In general an eye-piece magnifying 175 times 
was employed. The value of one revolution of the screw was assumed 
to be 9".88, and was obtained by transits of equatorial stars. Differences 
of right ascensions were recorded on the chronograph, and differences 
of declination were obtained by means of the micrometer screw. The re- 
sults thus obtained were corrected for differential refraction and reduced 
to 1890.0. 

The observers were Messrs. Ormond Stone, F. P. Leavenworth, 
Frank Muller, and N. M. Parrish. 

By comparing estimates of magnitudes made by the different ob- 
servers equations of condition were obtained, of the form 

X — ay -{- a^z = c , 

in which a is 13.0 minus the magnitude estimated by a given observer, 
and c is the cor]*ection to the magnitude thus estimated. These equa- 
tions were solved by the method of least squares. The values of a?, y, 
and 2 thus obtained are given in the following tables : — 



Arg. 




X 


» 


e 


No. Comp. 


s 


L S 


+ 0.14 


+ 0.011 


0.040 


22 • 




M S 


+ 0.69 


0.156 


0.043 


45' 


1 


P S 


0.34 


0.315 


+ 0.069 


23 



176 



SOtTTHEBN NEBCLJE. 



Arg. 

1 




X 


» 


e 


No. Oomp. 


L 


S L 


+ 0.54 

• 


0.289 


0.017 


22 




M L 


+ 0.21 


0.149 


0.009 


45 


1 


P— L 


+ 0.92 


0.591 


+ 0.076. 


7 


M 


S— M. 


+ 0.14 


0.111 


0.016 


45 




L— M 


+ 0.11 


— 0.097 


— 0.019 


45 


1 
1 


P M 


+ 0.28 


0.370 
0.050 


+ 0.012 
0.009 


30 


P 


S— P 


+ 0.34 


23 




L P 


0.16 


0.423 


+ 0.050 


7 

1 




M P 


+ 0.42 


0.390 


+ 0.022 


30 



Whence the reductions to the mean become 



1 

1 Arg. 


X 

+ 0.12 


y 


1 
Z 


S 


0.115 


— 0.004 ' 


L 

1 


+ 0.42 


0.257 


+ 0.012 


M 


+ 0.13 


— 0.144 


0.006 


i P 

1 


+ 0.15 


0.216 


+ 0.016 



The means of these results are 

+ 0.20 , — 0.183 , + 0.004 , 

showing that the errors of estimation are only partially due to personal 
equation ; since otherwise these means would vanish. The results ob- 
tained may easily be accounted for by assuming them to be principally 
due to atmospheric causes ; nebuloe would naturally be estimated brighter 
on clear than on hazy nights. The portions due to personal equation 
alone are as follows : 



! Arg. 


X 


1 s 


. 0.08 


1. L 


+ 0.22 


' M 


0.07 


i P 


0.05 



y 



+ 0.068 

— 0.074 
+ 0.039 

— 0.033 



— 0.008 
+ 0.008 

— 0.010 
+ 0.012 



INTRODUCTION. 



177 



For convenience in application the reductions to the mean are re- 
peated in the following table : — 



Obs'd Mag. 


s. 


L. 


M. 


P. 

+ 1.2 


9.0 ' 


+ 0.5 


+ 1.6 

9 


+ 0.6 


10.0 


+ 0.4 


+ 1.4 


+ 0.5 


+ 0.9 


11.0 


+ 0.3 


+ 1.0 


+ 0.4 


+ 0.6 


12.0 


+ 0.2 


+ 0.7 


+ 0.3 


+ 0.4 


13.0 


0.0 


+ 0.4 


+ 0.1 


+ 0.2 


14.0 


0.0 


+ 0.2 


0.0 


0.0 


15.0 


0.1 


0.1 


— 0.2 


0.2 


16.0 


— 0.3 


0.3 


0.4 


0.4 



In the following table the first column gives the brightness as desig- 
nated in Herschel's General Catalogue ; the second gives the mean of 
the corresponding magnitudes estimated here by the different observers 
and corrected for personal error ; the third gives the number of com- 
parisons : — 



H. G. C. 


L. M. Obs. 


No. Gomp. 


vB 


12.0 


13 


B 


12.9 


19 1 


cB 


13.0 


9 


pB 


13.3 


99 


pF 


13.8 


70 1 


cF 


14.3 


8 


F 


14.0 


17 


vF 


14.5 


7 



If a be the right ascension of a given nebula ; a^, a^, etc. the same 
as determined by each of the ?i different observers ; fi^, /i^, etc. the cor- 
responding estimates of magnitudes ; x^ + (16 — /^i)yi, etc. the correc- 
tion for personal error, we have for each nebula equations of the form 



y 



178 



SOITTHEBN N£BUL£. 

«i + (16 — /*,)y, + a, = a ^ 
axj + (16 — /ij)y, + Oj = a ). 



These give 



J 



wa = a? + . . . + (16 — /i,)yi + . . . -f a,^+ 



whence equations (1) become 



+ 



1- 



1 

71 



1 — 



n 



a?! — 



n 



X. 



2 



• 7 



X. 



n 



n 



(16 - //,)y, - i (16 - ft)y, !(16-ft,)y. 



L 



11 
- «, 



1 



(1) 



— a. = 



n 



n 



,1^' + 



I 



1 

n 



X, — ... — -X. 



n 



n 



n 



(16 — /^,)y, 



1 

n 



(16 -/h)y,-...-l (16 - /Oy„ 



^'^• + 



n 



n 



Ctt — . 



n 



Adding together the equations for the individual nebulro, the follow- 
ing normal equations were obtained : — 

46.5a;, — 14.3a!, - 21.5a;„. — 10.7*^ + 9i.0y. — 23.4^,- 45.5y„. — 24.0%, + 2».55 

14.3ar. + 45.3a;, — 28.2a;„- 2.8x^ - 28.7y, + 91.1y, - U.9y,„~ 6.6^^ — 0.28 

21.5a!, - 28.2a;, + 61.2a!„ — 11.5a!p - 46.5y. - 61.9y, + 136.2y„, — 27.% — 1 .94 

10.7a;,— 2.8a;,— 11.6a!„ + 25.0a!p — 18.8y, — 6.8y, — 25.82/,„ -f 58.52/^-0.33 

94.0a!, - 28.7a.-, - 46.5a;,,. - 18.8a;p + 309.2y, - 33.4y, - 125,7y,„ - 55.8^^ + 3 .08 

23.4a;, + 91.1a;, - 61.9a!,„ - 5.8^^, - 33.4y, + 281.9y, — 137.7y„ - 12.1^^ -f .70 

45.5a;, - 64.9a;, + 136.2a;„. - 25.8a;p - 125.7y, - 137.7y, + Ul.ly„, - 64.5%, — 4 .55 

24.0a;,— 6.6a!,— 27.9a!„ + 58.5av - 55.8y, — 12.1y, - 64.5y„. -f 172.9%, — .34 



0^ 















= 



in which the subscripts are the initials of the different observers. 



INTRODUOTION. 179 

The first of equations (2) is equal to the sum of the succeeding three 
with opposite signs ; hence a new condition may be chosen arbitrarily. 
Assuming, therefore, 

x, + Xi + x„ + Xp = 

and solving, the following corrections for personal error to be applied to 
observations in right ascension were obtained : — 

Obs. Gorreotion for B. A. 

S — 0«.073 + 0».021 (16 — .«) 

L +0 .044 — .013 (16 — ft) 

M +0 .016 + .005 (16 — fi) 

P +0 .013 + .001 (16 — fi) 

in which ft is the observed magnitude of the nebula. 

The following normal equations, obtained by comparing observations 
of declinations, were derived in exactly the same manner as were those 
obtained from observations of right ascensions. 

42.3aj. — 10.2a!, — 21.3aj„ — lO-Sar, + 76.7y, — 19.7y, ^ 46.6y„ — 25.4^, - 18".61 = , 

10.2«, + 89.8a;, - 26.3a:„ — 3.30^,- 18.3y, + 81.4y,- 58.9y„ - 7.7y, + 11 .40 = , 

21.3aj. — 26.3a!, + 58.2a!„ — 10.5a!, — 41.7y, — 55.8y, + 128.4y„ — 24.4^, — 6 .81 = , 

10.8a!. - 3.3a!, — 10.5a!„ + 24.7a!p - ' 16.7y. - 6.0y, - 22.9y„ + 57.4y, + 2 .92 = , 

76.7a!, — 18.3a!, — 41.7a!„ — 16.7a!p + 256.4y. - 26.7y, — 116.4y„. — 51.7^, — 39 .11 = , 

19.7a!, + 81.4a!, — 55.8a!„ — 6.0a!p — 26.7y. + 250.3y, — i24.1y„ — 12.6^,+ 2.73=0, 

46.6a!, ~ 58.9a!, + 128.4a!„ — 22.9^, — 116.4y, — 124. ly, + 406.4y,„ — 53.5^, + 15 .61 = , 

25.4a>, — 7.7a!, — 24.3a!„ + 57.4a!, — 51.7y, — 12.6y, — 53.5y,„ + 172.3^, — 4 .00 = . 

Assuming 

a?, + a?, + aj^ + a?p = , 

as was done in the case of right ascension, and solving, the following 
corrections for personal error were obtained to be applied to observa- 
tions in declination : — 



180 



SOCTHEBN nebula:. 



Obs. 


Cor. for Dec. 




S 


+ 0".53 + 0".04 (16 - 


-/«) 


L 


0.44 + 0.24(16- 


-A*) 


M 


+ .30 — .05 (16 - 


-J") 


P 


.39 + .29 (16 - 


-/^) 



Corrections for personal equation have not been applied ; and 
in view of the fact, that a new general catalogue of southern stars 
down to the 9th magnitude is now in process of construction under the 
auspices of the Astronomische Gesellschaft, I have deemed it best to 
reserve an investigation of the positions of the comparison stars used, 
until that catalogue is completed. The positions of the comparison stars 
designated C. C. O. wei:e kindly observed at my request by Dr. H. C. 
Wilson of the Carleton College Observatory. 



182 



SOTTTHEBN NEBULX. 



1 
Number. \ 


Name. 


Obfi 

1 

m. 

* 


►ervcd 


• 

^a 



Observed 


. a 

E 

Z 

U 

3 


1 

. . . 


Size. 


i Notes. 


1 

1 
1 


I 


L. M. I 


s. 

• • 


» n 
+2 28.2 


• . a 




2 


• • • 


—0 


9.92 


15 


+2 28.2 


2 


14.5 


0.3 


R, gbMN 1 


3 


• • • 


— 


9.66 


18 


+3 29.0 


3 


13. 


0.2 


dif 


4 


• « • 


• 


• • 





+4 37.9 


2 


• • • 


• • • 


j 


5 


L M. 4 


+2 


29.80 


16 


+3 37-5 


2 


• • • 


■ • • 


1 


6 


G. C. 74 


—-0 


5.98 


6 


• . • 


... 


a ■ • 


• • • 


1 


7 


• « • 


— I 


17.85 


9 


-fo 0.1 


2 


13. 


0.6 


gbMN \ 


8 
9 


« • • 

• • t 


—I 
—I 


17.99 
18.36 


9 
3 


-fo 1.4 

■ • . 


2 

• • • 


13.5 

• • • 


0.3 

• • V 


iR; surrounded' 
bvaF. R. neb-l 
ulosity, 0.7. ' 


zo 


G. C. 107 


-h> 


31.20 


10 


-fo 43.1 


4 


12. 


0.8x0.2 


E 0°, vsbMN ' 


II 


L. M. 12 


+0 


36.05 


10 


+3 39.7 


2 


14. 


0.2 


dif 1 

1 


12 


G. C. 153 


+1 


19.40 


9 


—3 25.4 


♦ 


14.0 


0.8 


IE 40'', sbMN 


»3 
14 


G. C. 154 

. • ■ 


—0 


5.38 
5.51 


15 
21 


+0 35.1 

+0 33 9 


4 

3" 


H-5 
12.0 


0.3x0.5 

0.3 


Eo°,gbM, night 

poor ; 1 
psbM \ 


15 


G. C. 156 


—0 


53.53 


9 


+3 59-9 


4 


. . . 


• • • 


1 
1 


i6 


G. C. 5121 


+1 


53.08 


3 


+3 S-6 


2 


13.5 


0.3 


iR, gbM ; 


17 


• • • 


+0 


6.87 


12 


. . . 





• • • 


a . . 


1 

1 


i8 


• • . « 


— 


47-34 


5 


-I 43.8 


2 


• • • 


a • . 


1 


19 


Nova 


+3 


7.70 


16 


-3 37.2 


2 


12.0 


Oa2 


SbMN ' 

1 


20 


G. C. 5178 


— 2 


27.86 


8 


+0 6.5 


2 


14.8 


O.I 


1 


21 


. • • 


3 


37.75 


8 


• • ■ 





... 


... 


• 

1 


22 


G. C. 322 


— 2 


13 . 10 


8 


• ■ • 





13.5 


O.I 




33 


• • . 


—3 


13.03 


8 


-fo 52.0 


2 


... 


• V • 


1 


34 


G. C. 323 


—2 


".59 


8 


... 





135 


O.I 


1 
1 


25 


* • • 


—3 


".53 


8 


— I 14.4 


2 


■ ■ • 


• • • 


1 

i 


26 


N.G.C.565 


—1 


1.90 


8 


-f-I 19.6 


2 


14.8 


0.2 


• 

■ 

i 

1 

1 


37 


G. C. 342 


+' 


14.96 


6 


I 3.4 


2 


. . . 


• • . 


1 
1 


28 


. . . 


+' 


14.80 


8 


— I 6.2 


2 


• ■ V 


• a ■ 






29 


• ■ • 


+» 


14.62 


12 


-X 3.9 


3 


II. 5 


0.7 


mbM 

1 


30 


... 


+1 


1.50 


8 


—I 17. 1 


2 


• • • 


a * . 




1 



SOtTHEBN NEBULJE. 



183 



• 

B 

3 


s 


1890.0 


1 

Epoch 

1800+ 


1 
Comp. Star. 


1890.0 


Ja 


J^ 


a 


d 


I 


m. B. 

• • • 


+2 


28.0 


88.828 


DM.32 


b. m. 8. 
10 0.0 


, „ 

—22 5.4 


2 


M 


—0 9.92 


+2 


28.4 


87.782 


• • • 


... 


• ■ • 


3 


P 


—0 9.66 


+2 


29-3 


90- 773 


... 


... 


• • . 


4 


M 


• • • 


+4 


28.3 


87.782 


Anon. 


... 


—23 7 


5 


P 


+2 29.79 


+2 


37.6 


90.850 


c. c. 0. 5 


16 37.52 


5 48 7-0 


6 


S 


• • • 


• 


• • 


87 932 


Anon. 


28 35 


■ • • 


7 


S 


-I 17.83 


+0 


O.I 


87.932 


c. c. 0. 7 


29 46.60 


—10 18 48.0 


8 


M 


-I 17.99 


40 


1-4 


87.724 


... 


• • • 


... 


9 


S 


• . . 


• 


• • 


87.932 


Anon. 


29 47 


• • • 


lO 


L 


-fo 31.20 


+0 


42.1 


87.650 


C. C. 0. II 


0343x96 


—14 29 19.4 


II 


P 


—0 36.05 


+3 


39-8 


87.973 


DM. 90 


39 36.0 


— 4 26.4 


12 


M 


+1 19-39 


— 3 


25-5 


87.861 


DM. 160 


43 40.8 


— 9 13. » 

1 


13 


M 


-0 538 


+0 


35.1 


87.949 


c. c. 0. 17 


45 10.52 


1 

— 2 31 8.4 


14 


P 


-0 5.51 


+0 


33.9 


87.968 


... 


. • . 


... 
1 


15 


M 


-0 52.53 


+3 


59 9 


87.688 


C. C. 0. 19 


46 20.64 


— 7 43 24.0 


i6 


S 


+1 53.06 


+3 


5.8 


87.929 


DM. 171 


46 6.9 


— 9 25.0 


^7 


S 


-|-o 6.87 


• 


• ■ 


87.929 


C. C. 0. 20 


47 50.49 


- 9 23 31.4 


i8 


s 


—0 47.33 


— I 


43.8 


87.929 


C. C. 0. 21 


48 44 66 


— 9 20 10.6 


19 


p 


+2 7.71 


— 2 


37-3 


89.007 


c. c. 0. 32 


I 851.53 


— 8 30 52.1 


20 


p 


—2 27.86 


40 


8.0 


89.738 


C. C. 0. 39 


I 22 35.64 


I 57 H.5 


21 


p 


-3 27.75 


• 


• • 


89.738 


C. C. 0. 43 


I 23 35.98 


— I 53 54.2 


22 


p 


—2 13.10 


• 


• • 


89.738 


c. c. 0. 39 


I 22 35.64 


X 57 H.5 


23 


p 


3 13 03 


■^ 


52.1 


89.738 


C. C. 0. 43 


I 23 35.98 


— I 53 54-2 


34 


p 


~2 11.59 


• 


• • 


89.738 


c. c. 0. 39 


I 22 35.64 


I 57 14.5 


35 


p 


—3 "-53 


— I 


14.3 


89.738 


C. C. 0. 43 


I 23 35.98 


~ I 53 54.2 


26 


p 


—I 1.90 


+1 


19.6 


89.738 


C. C. 0. 43 


I 23 35.98 


— I 53 54.2 


27 


L 


+2 14-95 


— I 


3-6 


86.924 


C. C. 0. 42 


I 23 35.33 


— 725 2.1 


28 


L 


+2 14.7S 




6.3 


87.004 


• mm 


• • ■ 


• 
• • • 


29 


P 


4-2 14.60 


— I 


4.0 


88.989 


• • • 


• • ■ 


• • • 


30 


L 


+1 1.49 


— I 


17.2 


87.004 


DM. 245 


I 24 48.8 


1 

- 7 25.0 



184 



8O0THEBN NEBULA. 























1 

Number. 


j 

1 

i 

Name. 

1 
1 


Observed 
Ja. 

m. B. 
+2 31.00 


g 
Z 

u 

12 


Observed 


! .d 

2 


1 
C ^ 

15.0 


1 
1 

1 Size. 

1 

1 

1 


! 

Notes. 

1 

1 


'1 

1 

1 


31 


G. C. 346 

1 


—0 II. 7 


1 

1 0.3 

1 


1 glbM 

1 • 


1 

i 

1 
1 


32 


. G. C. 351 


—0 49.52 


6 


• . • 





... 


. • . 
1 


1 


33 


i ... 


—0 49.44 


9 


—0 35-5 


2 


12. 

1 


0.2 


i RR, bMN ' 

1 


34 


. G. C. 3S3 . 


—0 10.48 


6 


• ' . 


t 

01... 


... 


1 

1 

1 


35 


• • • 


-0 43-86 


7 


• • • 


1 1 . . . 


• • • 


1 


36 


• • • 


—0 48.66 


9 


+1 n-s 


' 2 : 13. 

1 1 


0.2 


; gbMN 


37 


• . . 


—0 48.71 


9 


+1 14. 1 


1 4 «4.5 


0.2 


' R, sbMN 


38 


L. M. 311 


—0 13.12 


2 


■ • • 


...... 

. . .| . . . 


. • • 


• 

1 
1 


39 


G. C. 363 


• ■ * 





+i S-3 


2 12.0 


0.1 X 1. 


gbsbMN 


1 


¥> 


. • . 


+0 2002 


12 


+2 6.S 


4 


12.0 


0.5x0.2 


E 160°, gbsbMN 




41 


• • • 


+0 37-50 


9 


+1 50.5 


2 i 

1 
1 


1 
. . • 1 

1 


• * • 


Envelope E 80°, 
vF, B stell N 




42 


ft • • 


55.19 


9 


... 


' . . . 1 

1 ] 


■ * • 


1 
1 


43 


• mm 


-0 55" 


12 


3 53-3 


3 1 13. 


0.2 


mbM 1 

1 


44 


* • * 


— I 44.46 


9 


59-7 


2 1 12.0 

1 


0.4 


R, gbMN 


45 


• • V 


—I 44.41 


12 


-0 58.2 


1 1 

2 1 ... 1 

1 1 


. . . 


I 

1 


46 


L. M. 10 


—3 20.62 


3 


—I 9-5 


1 
2 I 14. 1 


0.1 


bMN 




47 


• ■ • 


—3 37 63 


3 


« ■ • 


' . . 1 


... 






48 


■ • V 


• • • 





—2 39.5 


5 B 1 

1 


vS 


svmbMN 




49 


G. C. 404 


33 07 


20 


—3 16.3 


4 j .3- 


0.6 


glbMN 




50 


G. C. 431 


+2 56.64 


12 


—I 49.9 


3 »i- I 

1 


0-5 


R, smbM 




51 


• » ■ 


+» 33-89 


12 


4 44.5 


1 ... 

1 1 


• * • 






52 


• • • 


+0 19.94 


15 


—0 18.5 


2 j . . . ' 

1 




Dif 

■ 


53 


G. C. 435 


+3 26.46 


12 


+1 38.3 


2 1 13.5 

1 1 


0.4 


R, no conden- j 
sation 


54 


L. M. 42 


+1 20.97 


16 


+1 33-4 


2 1 F 1 

1 1 


vS 


bMN 


55 


Nova 


+0 55-24 


6 


— II . I 


2 15.0 


0.2 


1 


S6 


• • • 


-fo 55.27 


9 


• a • 


1 
{ . . . 


a . • 


1 

1 


57 


• • • 


-f<5 55.25 


20 


—0 16.6 


1 

2 


14.8 


0.3 


IbMN 1 

1 


S8 


. . . 


-f-o 20.11 


3 


• • • 





• • • 1 


a • « 


1 

1 

1 


59 


. . . 


—0 36.55 


3 


• • • 





■ • • 


• • • 


1 

t 


60 


A.N. 2347, 7 


• • • 





-I 3-8 


2 


14.0 


0.8 


R, glbM 










_ 


_ - 


_ _ — 


— - 


— — — — — 





SOUTHERN NEBUL£. 



185 



Number. ; 

1 


■ 

u 
1) 

> 
u 

P 


189 


0.0 

1 

Jd 


1 
Epoch 

^^ 1 


Com p. Star. 


\i 


^0.0 

d 


Ja 


1800+ 1 

i 


a 

h m. A. 
, I 23 35.33 


31 


m. 8. . 
+2 3098 


—0 II. 8 


88.989 1 C. C. 0. 42 


f ft 
— 7 25 2.1 


32 


L 


49- 52 


• • • 


87.661. 

r 


C. C. 0. 49 


I 28 10.73 


— 7 35 15-0 


33 


M 


—0 49.44 


~o 35.4 87.782 


... 


1 • ■ ■ 


■ • • 


34 


S 


—0 10.48 . . . ^7.932 

1 1 


Anon. 


I 27 50 


• • • 


35 


s 


1 

—0 43.85 j ... 87.932 


Anon. 


I 28 24 


• • • 


36 


S 


' 1 

-0 48.65 +1 13.5 87.932 C.C. 0.51 


■ I 28 28.44 

1 


-12 47 41.2 


37 


M 


—0 48.70 


+1 14.4 


87.724 ; 


1 

... 


1 

• • • 


1 38 


M 


—0 13.12 , ... 


87.724 


C. C. 0. 51 


... 


1 

• ■ • 


39 


S 


... 


+2 5.3 


87.938 


c. c. 0. 52 


I 29 15.67 


- 7 54 14.7 1 


40 


L 


4-0 20.02 


+ 2 6.6 


87.661 . . . 


• • • 


... 


41 


M 


+0 37.50 ; +1 50.6 


87.847 Anon. 


I 28 58 


-754 


42 


M 


—0 55.19 . . . 


87.866 C.C. 0.55 


« 34 31-92 


— 8 25.1 


43 


P 


55.12 


-3 53 4 


87.927 


• • • 


... 


... 


44 


M 


-I 44.46 


-0 59.6 


87.866 C. C. 0. 56 


I 35 21.46 


— 8 3 19.6 ; 

{ 


45 


P 


—I 44.40 


-0 58.1 


88.926 ' ... 

t 


■ ■ • 


• • ■ 


46 


S 


—3 20.61 —I 9.3 

1 


• 1 

88.836 DM. 297 


I 38 31 


19 15-4 


1 
47 


• 

s 


-3 37-62 


• • • 


88.836 


Anon. 


1 38 21 


• • • 


48 


p 


• • • • • • 


88.837 , W. ArgS. 813 


I 33 25.37 


-19 15 25.2 1 

1 


49 


p 


-0 33 07 


3 »6.4 


88.899 C. C. 0. 60 

1 


I 44 18.04 


~io 55 132 


50 


p 


+2 56.62 


I 50.0 


1 

89.004 C. C. 0. 62 


I 44 42.87 


— 14 15 2.4 


51 


p 


+« 33-91 


-4 44-7 


89.004 RUmker94i 


I 46 5.70 


— 14 12 9.6 


52 


M 


+0 19.94 


—0 18.5 


87.847 


Anon. 


I 47 20 


—14 17 


53 


P 


+3 26.43 


+1 38.1 88.973 C. Z. 1151 


I 45 ".31 


-24 19 1.9 ; 


54 


P 


+1 20.97 


+1 33.3 


88.773 


Anon. 


• • • 


1 

1 

• • • 


55 


S 


+0 55-24 


—0 II. 2 


87.787 


c. c. 0. 72 


I 53 27.13 


— 7 22 18.0 


56 


M 


+0 55-27 


. . . 


87.782 . . . 


• • • 


• • • 

1 


57 


p 


+0 .';5-25 


—0 16.6 


89.754 


• • • 


1 

... i 


58 


S 


-fo 20.11 


... 


87.787 Anon. 


I 54 2 


• • • 


59 


S 


-^ 36.53 


... 


87.787 DM.341 


I 54 59-5 


- 7 25 9 


60 

1 


M 


... 


—I 4.0 1 87.949 C. C. 0. 73 


I 53 38.12 


— 9 31 18 



186 



SOUTHERN NEBCIiiE. 



• 

B 

3 


1 

1 

Name. 

1 
1 


1 
Observed 1 

m. 8. 
+» 44-39 


• 
. a 

E 

U 

_ _ - 

16 


! 
Observed 

- 
—I 3.0 


.d 
p 

Z 

3 


1 

*2 

- 

13-5 


Size. 
0.3 


1 

Notes. 

* 

1 


6i 


1 
A.N. 2347, 7 


R, sbMN 


62 


• • • 


—0 12.82 


• • • 


+2 32.8 


3 


... 


• • ■ 


' 


63 


G. C. 474 


+2 10.52 


6 


• • ■ 





12.5 


0.4 


gbMN 


64 


. . . 


+2 10.55 


9 


+1 21.5 


2 


12.5 


0.3 


R, gbMN 1 


65 


... 


+1 35-40 


3 


• • « 





• * • 


• • ■ 


1 

! 


66 


• . • 


+0 38.75 3 


. • • 





. . . 


■ • ■ 


•1 


67 


Nova 


+0 52.91 1 9 


+1 38.6 


2 


15.0 


0.3 


R, sbM \ 


68 


G. C. 520 


+0 0.86 1 15 


4-3 22.2 


3 


14- 


0.8 


R, gbMN 1 


69 


G. C. 534 


+1 45.84 j 9 


-|-o 20.2 


2 


13- 


0.4 


gbM. dif 


70 


. . . 


4-1 46.16 9 


+0 21.5 


2 


14.8 


I.O 


R, dif i 

1 


71 
72 


Nova 
G. C. 544 


+1 53-98 2 

—4 30.89 8 


... 

4-1 50.2 




2 


15.0 

• • • 


0.4 

... 


iR, SbM stell ' 

N? 1 

1 


73 


• ■ • 


... ! 


4-1 50.2 


2 


12. 


vL 


R, mbMN 

1 


74 


G. C. 548 


+2 3.8i 


16 


4-2 51.0 


2 


13- 


0.5 


IbM 

1 


75 


G. C. 551 


-2 39-33 


6 


-0 18.8 


2 


13-5 


• 
1.5x0.4 


^ i5°» vgpsmbM 


76 


• • • 


—2 58.11 


6 


. . . 





. . . 


• • • 


1 


77 


L. M. 341 


—I 4.70 


9 


II. 5 


2 


16. 


0.3 


• 

1 

i 


78 


G. C 574 


+2 46.62 


8 


4-0 18.4 


2 


• • ■ 


• • • 


1 
1 


79 


• • • 


+0 57-46 


12 


1 —2 30.2 

1 


2 


H- 


0.7 


gbM stell N 1 

1 


80 


• • • 


+0 57-70 


7 


1 —2 28.4 

1 


I 


eF 


• • • 


1 

1 


81 


■ • • 


+0 49-42 


6 

1 


— I 10.6 


I 


... 


• ■ • 


1 

1 


82 


G. C. 589 


+1 45-21 


12 


-0 13.4 


2 


II. 


0.8 


bMN 


83 


■ • • 


+1 45-19 


16 


-0 14-4 


2 


II. 


0.7 


bMN ' 


84 


• • 


2 15.04 


4 


• ■ • 





• • • 


. . . 


1 


85 


• • • 


-5 5-55 


4 


• • • 





■ • • 


. . . 




86 


Sw. 439 


+3 40.66 


4 


• • • 





• • • 


* • • 


1 

I 
1 


87 


• • • 


—0 19,^0 


16 


-0 25:2 


2 


.5. 


0.2 


gbM 

1 


88 


• ■ ■ 


— 3 10.22 


4 


. . . 





• • ■ 


• * • 


1 

1 


89 


G. C. 600 


—0 5.26 1 13 

1 


4-0 34 -o 


4 


9.0 


2. 


1 

E 45°, svmbM ! 


90 


■ • ■ 


—0 18.69 1 13 


+0 1.5 


4 


. . . 


• • * 


1 

1 



SODTHEBN NEBULiB. 



187 



• 

B 

3 


1 

Observer. 

1 


1890.0 


1 

Epoch 

1800+ 


1 
Comp. Star. 


1 

a 


(90.0 


Ja 


Jd 


d 


6i 


P 


m. 8. 
+1 44.40 


/ rf 
— I 2.9 


89.724 


c. c. 0. 73 


h. m. M. 
I 53 38.12 


/ ff 
— 9 31 1.8 


1 6^ 

1 


M 


—0 12.82 


+2 33 


87.949 


c. c. 0. 75 


I 55 35.35 


— 9 34 42.0 


63 


S 


+2 10.52 


• • • 


87.787 


c. c. 0. 72 


.» 53 27.13 


— 7 22 18.0 


64 


M 


+2 10.55 


+1 21.4 


87.782 


• • • 

1 


• ■ * 


1 

... 


6s 


S 


+1 35-40 


• • • 


87-787 


Anon. 


I 54 2 


• • • 


66 


S 


-fo 38.75 


• • • 


87.787 


DM. 341 


I 54 59.5 


7 25.9 


67 


M 


+0 52.91 


+1 38.6 


87.878 


C. C. 0. 82 


2 12 18.54 


, — 7 26 18.6 


68 

I 


M 


+0 0.86 


+3 22.2 


87.878 


C. C. 0. 84 


2 13 38.54 


— 7 21 16.6 


69 


S 


+1 45.82 


-fo 20.0 


87.938 


C. C. 0. 86 


2 15 1.80 


: —21 19 57.8 


70 


M 


+1 46.15 


-fo 21. 1 


87.880 


* ■ ■ 


• • • 
• 


• • • 


71 


M 


+1 53-97 


• • • 


87.880 


C. C. 0. 86 


2 15 1.80 


-21 19 57-8 


73 


S 


—4 30.86 


+1 50.4 


88.995 


C. C. 0. 92 


2 26 32.48 


— I 40 52.1 , 


73 


P 


■ • ■ 


+1 50.6 


88.828 


. . . 


. . . 


• • • 


74 


P 


+2 3.80 


+2 51-0 


90.732 


c. c. 0. 89 


2 21 22.08 


—19 35 4-8 


75 


M 


2 39-33 


—0 18.5 


87.866 


C. C. 0. 95 


2 27 37.06 


— I 35 36.3 


76 


M 


—2 58.10 


. • • 


87.866 


C. C. 0. 96 


2 27 55 28 


— I 36 30.6 


77 


M' 


-I 4.69 


—0 II. 4 


87.932 


C. C. 0. 100 


2 30 19.09 


- 9 16 3.5 


78 
79 


L 

S 


+2 46.60 

-h> 57.46 


+0 18.9 
—2 30.3 


87.004 
87.982 


Bonn VI, p. 

328 
C. C. 0. loi 


2 30 19.86 
2 32 8.80 


7 9 37.6 
1 
— 7 6 35.1 , 


80 ! 


L 


+0 57-69 


—2 28.5 


87.004 


. . . 


. . . 


... 


81 


L 


-h> 49-41 


— I 10.7 


87.004 


DM.460 


2 32 17-4 


— 7 8.2 ' 


8a 


S 


+1 45-20 


~o 13.5 


88.932 


C. C. 0. 103 


2 33 55-64 


- 8 43 27.4 


83 


P 


+1 45.16 


-0 145 


89.007 


• • • 


• • • 


• ■ • 


84 


S 


—2 15.03 


... 

• 


88.932 


C. C. 0. Ill 


2 37 .«)5-92 


8 44 59 2 


8S 


S 


5 5-53 


• • • 


88.932 


Anon. 


2 40 46 


• • • 


86 


s 


+3 40.65 


• • • 

1 


88.932 


C. C. 0. 103 


2 33 55 64 


8 43 27.4 


87 


s 


— 19.60 


—0 25.2 


88.932 


C. C. 0. Ill 

1 


2 37 55.92 


8 44 59-2 1 


88 


S —3 10.21 


■ • ■ 


88.932 


1 
Anon. ' 


2 40 46 


1 

• • • 

« 1 


89 


L 


—0 5.26 


+0 34.0 


87.661 


C. C. 0. no 


2 37 8.66 

1 


— 29 33.6 ' 


! 90 

1 


L —0 18.69 


+0 1.5 ' 

1 


87.661 


Anon. 


2 37 22 


— 29 



;-^$:x. 



,/ 



^^ ^ 



188 



SOUTHERN NEBULiG. 



1 
Number. | 

1 


Name. 

• 


1 
1 

Observed 

1 
1 


. a' 

5 E' 

Z 01 

8 


Observed 
—0 3.9 


• 

. a 
p , 
Z 

u 

2 

1 


12.5 


Size. 


Notes. 

1 


1 

9i 


G. C. 603 


1 m. 

1+6 


8. 

41-47 


0.5 


' IbM 

1 


92 


. . . 


+« 

1 


44.07 


1 
12 

1 


• 


• 




1 


■ • ■ 


... 


1 

1 ' 


93 


. . . 
1 


'+' 


28.10 


9 


—0 


37.3 


^1 


12. 


0.5 


gbM ; 


94 


• 

1 • ■ • 


: +1 


10.75 


12 


. 


• • 


. . . 


■ • • 


• . ■ 


1 


95 


L. M. 67 


• 


• * 


1 
1 . . . 

1 


3 


24.8 


' 


13-5 


0.2 


; sbMN 


96 


1 ... 


1 
—0 


8.58 


10 


-3 


26.8 


4 ' 


14-5 


0.2 . 


1 R, sbMN 

1 


97 


i ... 

1 


1 —0 


8.46 


6 


3 


25.1 


2 1 


14.0 


0.4 


' R, gsbMN 1 


98 


1 


1 -^2 


1507 


3 

1 


• 


• • 




1 


• • * 


• • • 


1 

1 


99 


L. M. 68 


i-H> 


20.23 


1 

4 , 

1 


• 


• • 


, 


H.5 


0.5X0.4 


E 10°, dif 

1 


100 


• • ■ 


i4o 


18.95 


'5i 


+4 


235 


41 


15.0 


0.3 


1 

iR 

1 


lOI 


• • • 


• 


• • 


1 


4 


54.9 


2 ' 


M-5 


0.4 


1 


102 


• • * 


— X 


51.00 


9 


4 


51.6 


1 


• • * 


* • • 


1 
1 


103 


L. M. 69 


l-hJ 


38.48 


6 ' 


+5 


35-9 


1 

1 


14.5 


0.7X0.4 


E 2o^ dif 1 


104 


• ■ • 


i-h> 

1 


37.51 


»5 1 


+5 


35-1 


4 i 

1 


15.0 


0.3X0.2 


1 


105 


• • • 


1 

1 —I 

1 


32.86 


II 1 

1 


—3 


39-5 


2 

1 


• • ■ 


■ • • 


1 


106 


G. C.611 


i-* 


17.68 


6 1 


+3 


25.3 


1 
2 1 

1 


14 


1.5 X I.O 


E 0°, dif ' 

1 


107 


G. C. 640 


'+0 


13.69 


14 1 


-3 


30.2 


1 

2 

1 


• * • 


1.3 


c. 1 


108 


G. C. 636 


—0 

1 


7.63 


M ' 


—0 


36.5 


'1 


. . . 


0.3 


R, sbMN ! 


X09 


G. C. 643 


;-H> 


26.98 


6 ! 


• 


• • 


' 


. . . 


• • * 




no 


• . • 


1 -3 


13.18 


6 


—0 


II. 7 


2 


■ ■ • 


. • • 




III 


A.N. 2390, 
8 

• . . 


+3 


8.44 


12 i 


+1 


50.3 


2 


»3-3 


0.4 


SbMN 


113 


— I 

1 


18.87 


16 


+0 


50.8 


2 '. 


. . . 


• • . 




"3 


G. C. 648 


1+' 


57.86 


6 i 


• 


• • 


1 
... 


. . . 




I 


114 


• ■ • 


— 


49.05 


6 


+0 


13.0 


1 
2 

1 


• • ■ 
• 


■ • • 


1 

1 


"5 


A. N. 2661, 

23 

... 


1+3 

1 


13.60 


1 
6 I 


+1 


24.0 


1 

2 

1 


135 


0.3 


bMN 


116 


|-H> 


53-55 


6 , 


■ 


• • 




1 


. . . 


. . . 


1 


117 


• • . 


■^ 


10.26 


12 


• 


. . 


; 


. . . 


... 


1 


118 


• • • 


+' 


35.13 


6; 


• 


. • 





. . . 


... 


1 

1 


119 


• . • 


■+' 


35-31 


9 


+1 


51.0 


2 


14. 


0.3 


R, SbMN 1 


120 


G. C. 651 


■^ 


30.78 


16 ; 


— I 


32-5 


5 


14. 


I. 


sbMN 

1 



SODTHEKf HTBEUJJE. 



189 



Number. 


►tJ Observer. 


1890.0 


Epoch 
i8oo-|- 


Comp. Star. 


1890.0 

1 


Ja 


Ad 


a 


3 

1 


91 


m. s. 
+6 41.42 


—0 


4.6 


88.927 

• 


C. Cat. 2771 


h. tn. s. 

2 32 17.98 


/ // ' 

—29 28 15.7 


92 


S 


+1 44.07 


• 


• • 


88.836 


Anon. 


2 37 15 


• • • 


93 


S 


+1 28.09 


—0 


37.6 


88.836 


Anon. 


2 37 3i 


—29 29 


94 


S 


+1 10.74 


• 


• • 


88.836 


O.Arg. S. 1768 


2 37 47.65 


29 25 57.6 


95 


S 


• • • 


-3 


25.0 


88.009 


C. C. 0. 115 


2 39 55.16 


—18 2 38.8 


96 


M 


—0 8.58 


-3 


26.8 


87.719 


* • • 

• 


* ■ • 


* 

1 


97 


M 


—0 8.46 


-3 


25.3 


87.793 


• • • 


• • • 


• • ■ 


98 


M 


—2 15.06 


• 


• • 


87.793 


C. C. 0. 117 


2 42 2.16 


—18 5 28.9 


99 


M 


+0 20.23 


• 


• • 


87.793 


C. C. 0. 114 


2'39 5115 


— 18 14 48.4 


100 


M 


+0 18.95 


+4 


23.6 


87.719 


• • • 


■ • • 


• • • 


101 


S 


• • • 


-4 


55-3 


88.007 


C. C. 0. n7 


2 42 2.16 


—18 5 28.9 


102 


M 


— I 51.00 


-4 


51.8 


87.793 


• • * 


• • • 




X03 


M 


-h> 38.48 


+5 


36.1 


87.793 


C. C. 0. 114 


2 39 51.15 


—18 14 48.4 


104 


M 


+0 37-51 


+5 


35-4 


87.719 


■ • • 


■ • • 


• • • 


»o5 


M 


—I 32.86 


-3 


39-5 


87.793 


C C 0. 117 


2 42 2.16 


— 18 5 28.9 


106 


M 


+2 17.68 


+3 


25.7 


87.724 


C. C. 0. 121 


2 46 18.28 


17 30 32.4 


107 


P 


—0 13.69 


'-3 


30.3 


89.001 


C. C. 0. 131 


2 57 3030 


-23 H 30.4 


108 


M 


-0 7.63 


—0 


36.5 


87.784 


C. C. 0. 129 


2 56 33.58 


-15 15 40.3 


109 


S 


—0 26.98 


• 


• 


87.938 


C. C. 0. 133 


2 58 57-47 


— 16 4 54.7 ! 


no 


S 


-3 13.86 


— 


12.2 


87.938 


C. C. 0. 136 


3 I 44.50 


— 16 2 28.0 1 


III 


P 


+3 8.43 


+1 


50.1 


89.059 


Anon. 


2 58 8 


I 15 


112 


P 


—I 18.86 

1 


■+0 


50.9 


89.059 


C. C. 138 


3 2 35.31 


— I 14 2.9 

1 


"3 


s 


+1 57.85 


• 


• • 


87.938 


C. C. 0. 133 


2 .SS 57 47 


-16 4 54.7 ' 


114 


s 


-0 49.05 


-H) 


13. 1 


87.938 


C. C. 136 


3 I 44.50 


— 16 2 28.0 


"5 


s 


+3 13-60 


— I 


24.2 


87.787 


DM. 493 


3 II. 3 


— 3 21.3 


116 


s 




. 


. . 


87.787 


Anon. 


3 2 31 


• • • 


117 


s 


• • ■ 


■ 


• ■ 


.87.787 


Anon. 


3 3 15 


i 

• * • 


118 


s 


+1 35.13 


• 


■ • 


87.787 


c. c. 0. 137 


3 3 25.12 


— 3 22 36.3 


"9 


M 


+1 35.31 


+« 


50-9 


87.782 


■ • ■ 


• • • 


1 

• ■ a 


120 


P 


-0 30.77 


—I 


32.2 


88.990 


0. Arg S. 2078 


3 5 18.45 


—20 58 22.4 ^ 



190 



BOHTHEBN NEBDLaS. 



Number. 


Name. 


Ob( 

1 

m. 
— 2 


served 
da. 


■ 

- ^ 

^a 
12 


Observed 

» It 
+2 7.2 


E 

H 

2 


Magni- 
tude. 


Size. 

• • • 


1 
Notes. 


1 

1 

121 


G. C. 651 


B. 
30.45 


• • « 


1 
1 


1 

122 


G. C. 696 


—4 


40.41 


6 


+0 43-2 


2 


H-5 


0.3 


gbM 

1 


123 

1 


■ • * 


—4 


40.15 


8 


-|-o 42.2 


I 


13-5 


0.2 


1 


124 . . . 


—6 


"•54 


3 


-I 3-9 


2 


• • t 


■ ■ • 


■ 


125 1 G. C. 697 


1 
— I 


17.90 


12 


—2 28.5 


I 


« • ■ 


■ • • 


m 


126 1 G. C. 708 


—I 


18.09 


6 


4-2 19.2 


2 


13.0 


0.3 


1 

1 


127 1 ... 


— I 


18. II 


6 


• • « 





• • * 


• • • 


1 
1 


I 128 1 ... 


—2 


49.20 


6 


+0 32.0 


2 


• • • 


• • • 


1 


1 129 1 \ . , 


— 2 


49.18 


6 


+0 340 


2 


H- 


0.1 


IbM 

1 


130 1 ... 


-3 


10.89 


6 


• • • 





• • • 


• ■ « 


1 


131 1 G. C. 709 


—I 


^931 


6 


+3 31-2 


2 


12.0 


2.5x0.3 


Eii5°,6vmbMN 


133 1 ... 


— I 


29. 28 


12 


■ • ■ 





• * • 


• f • 


1 


133 


3 


0.44 


6 


+1 44.1 


2 


• * • 


• • • 




134 ... 


3 


0.36. 


12 


+1 46.1 


2 


11. 


1.8 


vmbMN 1 

t 


135 


—3 


22.10 


12 


• • ■ 





» • • 


• • • 


1 


136 1 G. C. 726 


H^ 


15.92 


15 


—0 51.6 


2 


H- 


. . . 


bMN [ 


137 


40 


1586 


18 


• ■ • 





14.0 


0.5 


R, vgsrabMN 


138 G. C. 734 


—0 


16.03 


9 


—2 16.4 


2 


■ • • 


• • • 




139 


— 1 


28.78 


9 


+1 24.5 


2 


• ■ • 


• • • 


1 
1 


1 

140 ... 


— I 


28.96 


16 


+1 25.1 


f\ 


• « • 


0.3 


R, mbMN ^ 


141 1 G. C. 742 


• 


• • 





~o 50.4 


I 


■ * • 


• « • 




142 ' ... 


—5 


45-40 


3 


— 49.8 


2 


H- 


0.2 


R, gbM 


143 


• 


• 





+0 40.7 


I 


135 


• . . 




144 1 Nova 


— 2 


48.78 


8 


+0 31.9 


2 


15-5 


0.1 


StellN 


145 L. M. 373 


—4 


31-31 


3 


• • • 





14.8 


0.3 


R.gbM 


146 1 ... 


• 


• • 





-f-2 14.0 


2 


... 


• « • 




147 G. C. 745 


• —2 


16.18 


6 


—2 14.2 


2 

• 


14.0 


0.5 


R, vgsmbM 1 


148 1 L. M. 374 


4 


17-56 


3 


... 





14-5 


0.3x0.2 


E 0°, sbMN 

1 


149 1 ... 


• 


• • 


• • • 


+2 II. 5 


2 I 


• • . 


• • • 


1 


150 i ... 


• 


• • 


• • • 


—0 50.4 


2 

1 


14.5 


• • • 





SOCTHEBN NEBULiE. 



191 



• 


\ *^ 


u 
V 


SI 


JO 


u 


E 


4) 


9 


^ 


z 


O 


121 

1 


P 



1890.0 



122 I S 

i 

123 I P 

124 * s 

I 

125 L 

126 S 

127 I P 

128 ' S 



129 


P 


130 


P 


131 


S 


132 


P 


133 

• 


s 


134 


p 


135 


p 


136 


s 


137 


M 


138 


S 


139 


S 


140 


P 


141 


s 


142 


M 


H3 


s 


144 


s 


145 


M 


146 


M 


H7 


M 


148 


M 


149 


M 


150 


S 





da 


J3 


m. 

— 2 


8. 
30.44 


+>' 


7-2 


-4 


40.37 


+0 


43-9 


-4 


40.16 


+0 


42.2 


-6 


11.50 


1 


3-1 


— I 


17.92 


—2 


28.6 


— I 


18.07 


+2 


19. 1 


— 1 


18. II 


■ 


• • 


—2 


49- 17 


■+0 


32.3 


—2 


49.19 


+0 


340 


-3 


10.90 


• 


■ ■ 


— I 


29.29 


+3 


31.4 


-1 


29.28 


• 


• • 


-3 


0.41 


+1 


44.6 


-3 


0.37 


+1 


46.2 


-3 


22.11 


• 


• ■ 


+0 


15-92 


— 


51.6 


■^ 


15.86 


• 


■ * 


— 


16.03 


— 2 


16.4 


— I 


28.78 


+1 


24.6 


— I 


28.95 


+1 


25.2 


• 


• • 


—0 


■50.3 


^5 


45-40 


— 


48.8 


a 

— 2 


• ■ 

48.79 


• 

+0 


• • 

32.1 


-4 


31-25 


■ 


. • 


• 


• • 


+2 


14.2 


— 2 


16. iS 


— 2 


14.0 


4 


«7-50 


• 


• • 




-|-2 II.' 



88.990 
88.029 
90.806 
88.029 
87.119 
88.029 
90.804 
88.029 
90.806 
90.806 
88.029 
90.806 
88.029 
90.806 
90.806 

88. 029 
87.724 
88.836 
88.836 
88.982 
87.806 

87.784 
87.806 
87.724 

87.784 
87.S06 

87-784 

87.784 
87.804 

87.806 



Comp. Star. 



a 



O. Arg. S. 2108 
C. C. O. 157 

• • • 

Bonn VI, p. 338 
C. C. O. 154 
C. C. O. 157 

• • • 

Bonn VI. p. 338 

• • • 

O. Arg. S. 2308 
C. C. O. 157 

« • • 

Bonn VI, p. 338 

• • • 

O. Arg. S. 2308 
C. C. O. 160 

• • • 

O. Arg. S. 2379 
O.Arg. S 2393 

• • ■ 

C. C. O. 180 

• • • 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 175 
C. C. O. 180 
C. C. O. 175 
C. C. O. 175 
C. C. O. 180 



h. m. s. 

3 7 18.32 

3 22 54.06 — 



3 24 24.73 
3 19 48.16 
3 22 54.06 



• ■ • 



3 24 24.73 

■ • • 

3 24 46.16 
3 27 52.04 

■ • • 

3 30 34-34 
3 31 47-50 

■ • • 

3 38 26.47 



3 35 5729 
3 38 26.47 

3 35 57.29 
3 35 57-29 
3 38 26.47 



3 24 24.73 — 

• • • 

3 24 46.16 
3 22 54.06 



^.0 




s 





/ // 


—21 


2 3.2 


— 21 


46 48.6 


1 

— 21 


45 1-3 


—37 33 29.6 


—21 


46 48.6 


—21 


45 1.3 


— 21 


47 58.2 1 


—21 


46 48.6 



Anon. 



-21 45 1.3 
• ... 
—21 47 58.2 
— 14 I 19.8 

• • * 

—25 15 40.6 
—25 19 17. 1 

■ • • 

— 18 41 13. I 

• ■ • 

-1843 

— 18 45 2.2 

— 18 41 13. I 

— 18 45 2.2 

— 18 45 2.2 
— iS 41 13. I 

• • • 

— 18 40 



192 



SOUTHEBN NEBUUE. 



! 
Number. 

1 


1 Name. 

1 


Observed 

m. s. 
+0 29.80 


U 
12 


Observed 

Jd 


i No. 
! Comp. 

Magni- 
tude. 


Size. 


1 

1 1 
Notes. 

1 

1 


1 


Nova 


f It 
+1 33.1 


4 1 H- 


o.i 


1 


»52 


G. C. 743 


+1 29.42 


1 x6 

1 


+1 0.5 


4 ' 13- 


«-3 


IbN 


'53 


■ • • 


-2 51.07 


1 '6 


+0 47.2 


4,... 


• • • 


' 


154 


' G. C. 746 

1 


+0 6.49 


10 


• • ■ 


H-5 


1.5x1.0 


' E 130*'. dif 


155 


1 ... 


• • ■ 


1 


+4 40-8 


3 • • • 


... 


1 
1 


156 


G. C. 756 

1 


-3 43-44 


6 

1 


... 


, 14.5 


0.8 


R, gbM 


157 


G. C. 747 


.+1 1-97 


4 


+3 39-2 


I . . . 


• • • 


1 


158 


... 


3 13-94 


1 
4 


+0 56.8 


I ... 


• • • 


1 
1 


159 


1 

1 ... 


—3 14-28 


3 


• • • 


' . . . 


• « • 


1 
1 


160 


Nova 


—0 48. ox 


1 6 


—2 55.9 


2 15-0 


0-3 


, IE 90°. dif. 


161 


1 G. C. 752 


+3 59-86 


1 
4 


—I 25.3 


I 1 . . . 


• • « 


1 
1 


162 

1 
1 


. . . 


—2 33-32 


3 


• • • 


' . . . 


■ • • 




163 


Nova 


—2 0.72 


6 


-0 43-7 


I 15.2 


i.o 


R, dif I 

1 


164 G. C. 758 


-I 32.88 


6 


—2 30.9 


2 i 13.0 


1.5x0.5 


1 

Ei85°,gvsvmbM' 

1 1 


165 

1 


G. C. 759 


+0 35-88 


12 


+2 32.1 


5 1 14.0 


1.2 X0.7 


E i5o°,sbMstellN' 


x66 


G. C. 760 


—I 14.72 


6 —4 4.0 


I i 14. 


1.2 X0.4 


E 190°, dif 


167 


G. C. 763 


—0 16.74 


6 


3 54.6 


I 1 14.8 

1 


1.6x0.5 


E 180°, dif 1 


168 


Nova 


• • • 





+1 7-7 


2 i 15-5 


... 


1 

1 


169 


• • • 


—2 15.24 


3 


... 


1 15- 


0.2 


iR, gbM ^ 


170 


. . . 


— 2 14.66 


3 


+1 6.2 


2 1 

A ... 

1 


... 


! 


171 

1 


Nova 


I 38.95 


3 


+4 3-2 


2 15.5 


1.0x0.8 


E 80°. dif 


1 
172 


G. C. 765 


+1 32.55 


9 


+1 48.8 


1 

4 14 


0.4 


R, vgsmbMN 


173 


• • « 


+1 32.53 


16 


+1 50-5 


3 12.5 

1 


0.4 


bMN 


174 


G. C. 778 


+2 16.05 


9 


-fo 12.8 


1 

2 , 12.5 

1 


0.3 


R, gbMN 


' 175 

1 


• • • 


+2 9-34 


16 


+1 34.1 ' 


3 12. 


0-3 


bMN , 


1 

176 


• • • 


17.39 


9 


... 


... 


• • • 


1 


177 


■ • • 


-0 17.57 


16 


—3 "2 


2 ... 


• ■ « 


1 


178 


G. C. 781 


-0 9.99 


7 


— 2 28.9 

1 


2 ... 

1 


■ • • 




179 


L. M. 122 . 


. . . 





1 

-3 37-5 1 

1 


2 1 13-5 


0.3 


R, neb» \ 


180 > 

1 


G. C. 815 

• 


-0 2.58 


8 


+4 37-5 ' 


4 12.5 


0-3 


R, mbMN 



SOUTHEBK NEBTJIiiE. 



193 



• 

u 

e 

9 


• 
u 

D 

> 
U 

CO 

s 


1890.0 


Epoch 
1800+ 


Com p. Star. 


1890.0 


4a 


Ad 


a 


d 


m. 8. 
-fo 29.80 


+1 33-2 


89.724 


c. c. 0. 175 


h. m. H. 
3 35 5729 


f ft 
— i8 45 2 2 


153 


p 


+/ 29.42 


+1 0.6 


89.007 


C. C. 0. 169 


3 31 15-17 


—24 52 52 4 


153 


p 


2 51 05 


+0 47.2 


89.007 


C C. 0. 174 


3 35 35-78 


-24 52 35-5 


154 


M 


+0 6.49 


• • ■ 


87.877 


DM. 623 


3 33 36.4 


—23 19.2 


155 


M 


• • • 


+4 40.8 


87.877 


C. C. 0. 172 


3 33 42.01 


23 26 47.4 


156 


M 


-3 43-39 


• • * 


87.938 


DM. 727 


3 38 4-1 


- 5 i-i 


157 


L 


+1 1.96 


+3 40-1 


87.007 


C. C. 0. 171 


3 33 32.13 


— 19 6 23.8 


158 


L 


—3 13-92 


■fo 57.6 


87.007 


C. C. 0. 178 


3 37 4792 


—19 3 45 7 


159 


L 


—3 14-24 


. . • 


87.007 


• • • 


... 


• ■ • 


160 


M 


—0 48.01 


—2 56.0 


87.784 


c. c. 0. 175 


3 35 5729 


—18 45 2.2 


161 


L 


+3 59-83 


—I 26.3 


87.004 


C. C. 168 


3 31 H-72 


18 54 46.3 


162 


L 


—2 33.29 


... 


87.004 


C. C. 0. 178 


3 3747-92 


19 3 45-7 


163 


M 


—2 0.71 


—0 44.0 


87.938 


DM. 727 


3 38 4-1 


- 5 i-i 


164 


M 


-I 32.88 


2 30.7 


87-938 


DM. 727 


3 38 4-1 


— 5 i-i 


165 


M 


+0 35-87 


+2 32.2 


88.092 


C. C. 0. 173 


3 35 33-52 


—22 52 30.0 


166 


M 


—I 14.72 


4 3-9 


87.938 


DM. 727 


3 38 4.1 


— 5 I.I 


167 


M 


—0 16.74 


3 54-8 


87.938 


• • • 


. . . 


• • • 


168 


S 


• • • 


+1 7-8 


87.806 


C. C. 0. 180 


3 38 26.47 


— 18 41 13. 1 


169 


M 


—2 15.25 


... 


87.784 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


170 


M 


-2 14.67 


+t 6.3 


87.806 


■ • • 


a • • 


• ■ • 


171 


M 


—I 38.96 


+4 3.6 


87.806 C. C. 0. 180 


3 38 26.47 


— 18 41 13.1 


173 


M 


+1 32.55 


+1 48.7 


87.724 


C. C. 0. 176 


3 36 28.35 


— 22 29 20.6 

1 


173 


P 


+1 -32.52 


+1 50.4 


89.004 


• ' • • 


■ • • 


. • • 


174 


M 


+2 16.05 


-fo 12.4 


87.782 


C. C. 0. 181 


3 38 42.78 


— 4 18 58.9 

1 


i6s 


P 


+2 9-33 


+» 34-0 


89.009 


DM. 657 


3 38 48.5 


1 

— 4 19-4 


176 


M 


-0 17.39 


• • • 


87.782 


C. C. 0. 184 


3 41 i5-9» 


- 4 15 34-8 


177 


P 


-0 17-57 


—3 1 1. 2 


89.007 


■ ■ • 


... 


• • • 


: 178 

1 


S 


—0 9.99 

• 


—2 28.9 


88.029 


C. C. 0. 185 


3 43 16.42 


—16 41 24.0 


• 179 


M 


• ■ * 


—3 37-6 


87.932 


C. C. 0. 191 


4 2 25.51 


— 11 26 0.4 


180 


P 


-0 2.57 


+4 37-5 


88.982 


C. C. 0. 194 


4 3 33-50 


—21 25 18.8 



194 



SOUTHERN NEBULiB, 



u 

Xi 
g 



Name. 



i8i G. C. 815 

182 ... 

1 

183 ... 

184 ' G. C. 866 

185 I ... 

186 1 ... 

I 

187 I ... 

188 I G. C. 867 

189 j G C. 868 

190 ! L. M. 136 



Observed 
' Ja. 



m. s. 

— I 11.42 

— 1 24.65 

— I 24.98 

— o 41.58 



6 I* Observed 
55 o 1 Ad. 



tt 



4 I +4 37.5 

9 1 — o 34.2 

8 j -o 33.6 

6 



o c 

;z:o 



— o 41-3.5 32 I —2 59.0 

— 2 30.46 6 -(-o 12. 1 

' — 2 49.72 I 6 



: — o 
I -— o 
I — o 



3952 I 20 
31.19 16 
22.86 12 



191 
192 

193 
194 

195 
196 

197 

198 

199 

200 

20J 

202 

203 

204 

205 

206 

207 

208 

209 

210 



I — O 23.13 12 



G. C. 903 



G. C. 932 



L. M. 140 



Nova 



+3 
+3 

— o 



— I 



17.06 
17. II 

53-91 
7.13 
3-6i 

3-57 
6.09 



... — I 42.30 

G. C. 951 — o 32.96 

G. C. 953 I -fo 23.88 

I 

. . . — o 11.92 

L. M. 141 ' -|-o 13.40 
I 

... I — o 29.46 

I 

... ! — o 29.45 

I 

• • • • • • 

... — o 29.46 

■ I 

L. M. 142 — o 29.91 

I 

Nova I +3 42.14 

G. C. 997 —I 48.75 



6 
16 

8 
12 
12 
18 

3 

3 
6 

12 
8 

20 
6 

M 
o 

20 

14 
4 
9 



—I 25.3 

—3 28.3 

— o 0.7 

-f-o 0.2 

—I 41.7 

— I 42.4 

— o 21.7 

+1 52.8 

+0 43-1 

+0 44-5 



—2 13.9 

+1 37-1 

• • • 

-4 13.8 

-I 32.4 

• • • 

—I 33-1 

—I 32.9 



3'. 8 



c « 
1^ 



I 

2 
o 

2 

4 



2 
2 

4 

3 
2 



4 



2 

4 
o 

2 

2 

o 

2 

3 

o 

o 



2.5 

• • 

3-5 
3-0 



Size. 



4.0 

4-5 

3-0 

4.0 

4-5 
4.0 



2. 
5-5 

■ • 

4.8 
4-5 

• * 

3-0 

4-5 
6.0 

4.0 

• • 

5-5 
6.0 

4.0 



03 
0.5 

• ■ • 

0.4 
0-5 



Notes. 



R.gbM 



R, smbMN 



0.1 



0.1 



03 
1.0x0.5 

1.2 



0.2 
I. ox 0.4 

• ■ • 

1.6x0.6 
0.4 



0.1 
0.3 
0.1 

... 



0.1 
0.1 

0.3 



R, gbM 
E 60°, gsmbsp 
R, vglbM 
glbM 



bMN 

E 5°, dif 

E 90°, dif 
R.gl)M 



sbMN 
iR, gbMN 
^* in dif neb 



iR, gmbM 









so 


UTHRRN 


NBBULA. 




1»0 


Number. 


• 

to 

M 


1890.0 


Epoch 

x8oo-f 


Comp. Star. 


a 

h. m. H. 
4 4 42.26 


J90.0 


Aa 


Ad 

f n 

+4 37.5 


/ // 
—21 20 33.9 


i8i 


m. 8. 
— I 11.42 


87.877 


C. C. 0. 195 


182 


M 


—I 24.65 


33.9 


87.877 


C. C. 0. 196 


4 4 56 18 


—21 20 8.4 


183 


P 


—I 24.98 


33.4 

• 


88.982 


... 


• • * 


... 


184 


S 


-0 41.59 


• • • 


87.776 


C. C. 0. 201 


4 26 55.85 


— 5 16 23.2 


185 


P 


41.35 


—2 59.1 


90.694 


• • • 


• • • 


• • ■ 


186 


s 


—2 30.46 


+0 12.7 


87.787 


C. C. 0. 203 


4 28 4458 


1 

— 5 19 II. 6 


187 


s 


—2 49.73 


• • • 


87.787 


C. C. 0. 204 


4 29 3-95 


— 5 22 1.2 


188 


p 


-0 39-52 


—I 25.4 


90.732 


C. C. 0. 201 

> 


4 26 55.85 


— 5 16 23.2 


.89 


p 


—0 31.19 


-3 28.4 


90.732 


C. C. 0. 201 


4 26 55.85 


— 5 16 23.2 


190 


s 


—0 22.86 


-fo 0.6 


87.949 


C. C. 0. 210 


4 37 51-46 


—20 38 42.4 


191 


M 


—0 23.13 


-fo 0.1 


87.793 


• • ■ 


• • • 


■ • • 


192 


M 


+3 17.06 


—I 41.5 


88.092 


C. C. 0. 208 


4 37 46.88 


— 4 57 37.0 


193 


P 


+3 17.10 


— -I 42.6 


89.007 


* ■ • 


• • • 


• • • 

1 


194 


L 


+0 53.91 


— 21.9 


86.971 


Anon. 


4 5037 


- 5 2 


«95 


L 


-h> 7.13 


+1 52.8 


86.971 


DM. 1096 


4 51 23.4 


- 5 4.7 , 


196 


S 


—0 3.61 


+0 43.1 


88.927 


C. C 0. 221 


4 52 31.37 


— 15 28 27.4 ' 


197 


P 


-0 3.57 


+0 44.5 


88.932 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


198 


M 


... 


■ • * 


87.949 


C. C. 0. 224 


4 53 59-56 


- 7 56 53.5 


199 


M 


... 


* ■ • 


87.949 


C. C. 0. 226 


4 54 35.67 


- 7 59 14.4 


200 


M 


—0 32.96 


-2 13.9 


87.938 


C. C 0. 226 


4 54 35.67 


7 59 14-4 


201 


M 


+0 23.88 


+1 37.1 


87.938 


C. C. 0. 224 


4 53 59-56 


— 7 56 53 5 


202 


M 


—o 11.92 


• • • 


87.938 


C. C. 0. 226 


1 
4 54 3567 


— 7 59 H-4 1 

1 


203 


P 


-fo 13.40 


4 13.9 


88.984 


C. C. 0. 225 


4 54 20.77 


1 

15 55 3.3 


204 


M 


—0 29.46 


—I 32 5 


87.130 


C. C. 0. 228 


4 55 3-54 


15 57 47-3 


205 


S 


-0 29.45 


• ■ • 


89.062 


• • * 


1 

■ ■ ■ 


• • • 


206 

1 


s 


• ■ * 


—I 33-4 


88.029 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


207 


p 


— 29.46 


-I 32.4 


88.984 


• • • 


• • • 


• ■ • 


208 


s 


—0 29.91 


• • • 


89.059 


C. C. 0. 228 


4 55 3-54 


—15 57 47-3 


209 


s 


... 


• • ■ 


89.059 


C. C. 0. 228 


4 55 3-54 


15 55 3-3 


210 


M 


I 48.75 


—0 31.8 


87.946 


C. C. 0. 232 


5 1 52.30 


9 17 25.5 



196 



SOUTHEBN NEBULiB. 



Number. 


Name. 


Observed 


. d 

E 
Zo 

20 


Observed 
Jd. 

-0 33.3 


. d 
c 

Zo 
4 


Magni- 
tude. 1 

1 


Size. 

• 


Notes. 




211 


G. C. 997 


m. 
— I 


48*: 87 


13.5 


0.4 


gpmbM 


212 


1 

I Nova 


—0 


51.33 


3 


40 26.8 


I 


15.5 


1.5 


iR, dif 




213 


G. C. 1043 

1 


+' 


38.86 


6 


• ■ • 





13.0 


0.6 


R,gbM 




214 


1 ... 

1 


+1 


30.42 


6 


+1 34 


2 


• ■ • 


• • • 






215 


• • • 




13-31 


6 


+1 18.3 


2 


• • • 


* • * 




1 


216 


1 

• • • 


— I 


13 25 


9 


+1 19.4 


2 


14.5 


I.O 


R, dif 


1 
1 


217 


1 G. C. 1196 

1 


— 


18.01 


13 


+0 41.4 


2 


• • • 


• . . 




1 


218 


; G. c. 1370 


+1 


4.88 


3 


... 





14. 


0.3 


R, gbMN 


1 


1 
219 


• • • 


+« 


4-43 


3 


+4 i.o 


I 


• • • 


• • • 




1 

1 

1 


220 

1 

1 


1 • • • 
1 


—0 


42.62 


3 


• ■ « 





• • • 


• • « 




1 

1 


1 

1 221 


1 

1 • • • 

1 


— I 


H'37 


3 


-0 55-1 


I 


• • • 


• • • 






222 


1 

• • • 
1 


— I 


15.00 


3 


53-7 


I 


13.5 


0.1 


R, gbMN 


1 


223 


1 

1 • • • 


— I 


34.97 


3 


• • • 





• • « 


• • • 




1 

1 


224 


1 

1 • • • 


— 2 


33.48 


3 


a ■ » 





« ■ • 


• • • 




i 


325 


G. C. 1384 


+5 


12.37 


3 


• • • 





• ■ • 


• • ■ 




1 
1 


226 


1 

1 * • • 

1 


+5 


11.97 


3 


+1 13. I 


I 


• • • 


• • • 




' 


227 


1 • • • 
1 


+« 


34- 10 


3 


+2 25.4 


I 


12. 


1.0 


R, gmbMN 


1 

1 
1 


1 228 


i ... 

1 : 


+1 


33.95 


3 


+2 26.6 


I 


13.5 


0.3 






' 229 


' G. C. 1393 

1 


+1 


27.67 


9 


— I 17.3 


2 


• • • 


• • • 




j 

1 


1 . 230 


1 L. M. 150 

1 


+0 


22.47 


12 


+1 30.1 


2 


• • • 


• • • 




1 


1 231 


' ■ ■ • 

1 


-H> 


22.25 


15 


+1 28.5 


4 


15. 


0.4 


IE 30°, gbMN 


1 
1 


232 


1 G. C. 1439 

1 


+2 


23.15 


9 


+1 23.5 


2 


13.5 


0.2 


IbM 


t 
1 


233 


1 • • • 


—0 


3.13 


9 


+4 6.3 


2 


• • • 


. . • 




f 


234 


1 

1 • • • 


—0 


3-11 


14 


+4 7-3 


2 


14.5 


1.0 


gbMstellN 




1 

1 235 


G. C. 1446 


— 


7.88 


6 


-4 33.9 


I 


• • • 


• • * 






236 


1 

1 ... 


— I 


13.55 


9 


• • • 





• ■ • 


• • * 






237 


. . . 


— 2 


30.02 


9 


—I 13.4 


2 


14.8 


0.7x0.6 


E 90°,.gbM 




1 238 


G. C. 1447 


■ 


• • 





+0 50.0 


2 


n-5 


0.2 


gbM 




239 


• • • 


— 2 


7-94 


9 

1 


+0 52.6 


2 


15.0 


0.8 


R,gbM 




240 


G. C. 1459, 


+1 


38.28 

1 


1 
21 


—I 15.6 


2 


13. 


0.1 


vlbM 





S0T3THEBN NEBULJE. 



197 



B 

3 

z 

211 


• 

u 
I 

P 


i89( 
Aa 


>.o 


Epoch 
i8oo+ 


Comp. Star. 


1890.0 

a d 

h. m. 8. / // 
5 I 52.20 — 9 17 35.5 


m. s. 
—I 48:86 


f 
—0 


// 
33.1 


89.059 


C. C. 0. 232 


212 


M 


-0 51.33 


■+0 


27.0 


87.946 


C. C. 0. 232 


5 « 53.30 


— 9 17 25.5 


213 


S 


• • • 


m 


• • 


87.949 


Anon. 


5 4 37 


• • • 


214 


S 


+1 30.42 


+1 


33-6 


87.949 


C. C. 0. 234 


5 5 35.56 


—15 50 5».2 


315 


s 


—X 13-31 


+1 


17.9 


87.949 


C. C. 0. 236 


5 8 19.32 


—15 50 36.0 


2l6 


M 


I 1335 


+1 


19.6 


87.877 


... 


... 


... 

1 


217 


s 


-fo 18.01 


-h> 


41.4 


88.927 


DM. 1 185 


5 31 53-9 


17 52.1 


2l8 


s 


+1 4.88 


m 


. . 


87.075 


C. Cat. 7302 


6 2 18.37 


—21 47 59.1 


219 


L 


+1 4.43 


+4 


0.8 


87.116 


■ • • 


• • • 


... 


220 


S 


—0 42.61 


• 


• * 


87.073 


DM. 1363 


6 4 5.3 


2x 43-4 


221 


S 


-I 14-38 


—0 


54.9 


87.073 


C. C. 0. 253 


6 4 37.46 


—21 43 2.8 


222 


M 


—I 15.00 


—0 


53.3 


87:137 


... 


• • * 


■ • ■ 


223 


S 


-I 34.96 


• 


• • 


87.073 


DM. 1367 


6 4 58.1 


-21 43.9 


224 


S 


—3 33.47 


• 


• • 


87-073 


DM. 1377 


6 5 57.1 


— 21 49.2 


225 


s 


+5 12.35 


• 


* • 


87.073 


C. Cat. 7302 


6 2 18.37 


-21 47 59.1 


226 


L 


+5 ".96 


+« 


11.6 


87.119 


* • • 


. . . 


• « • 


227 


S 


+1 34-" 


+a 


25.0 


87.119 


C. C. 0. 254 


6 5 56.45 


—21 49 15.6 


228 


M 


+1 33.94 


+2 


26.3 


87.127 


■ ■ • 


• • • 


■ • 


229 


S 


+1 27.67 


— I 


17.8 


88.122 


C. C. 0. 256 


6 10 14.06 


—21 18 52.3 


230 


S 


-fo 22.47 


+1 


30.2 


88.927 


C. C. 0. 257 


6 13 19.32 


—18 31 H.l 


231 


M 


-|-o 22.25 


+« 


28.4 


87.937 


... 


* • • 


• • • 


232 


P 


+3 33.14 


+» 


23.1 


88.935 


Anon. 


6 31 35 


—24 46 


333 


P 


-0 3.13 


+4 


6.6 


88.935 


C. C. 0. 261 


6 34 0.87 


24 49 13.3 


234 


S 


—0 3.09 


+4 


7.7 


89.092 


• * • 


• • « 


• • ■ 


235 


L 


-0 7.89 


4 


33-8 


87.119 


0. Arg. S. 5561 


6 38 25.39 


23 17 30.3 


236 


M 


—I 13-56 


• 


• • 


87.891 


C. C. 0. 269 


6 39 31.60 


—23 18 34.5 


337 


M 


—2 30.03 


1 


12.9 


87.891 


C. C. 0. 271 


6 40 47.98 


23 30 55.3 


338 


S 


• . • 


40 


50-4 


88.119 


C. C. 0. 270 


6 40 26.82 


—27 21 58.4 


339 


M 


-3 7.95 


+0 


52.9 


87.891 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


240 


P 


+1 38.27 


1 


15.8 


89.138 


C. Z. 1979 


6 41 35.77 


— 26 36 i6.o 



198 



SOITTHEBN NEBULiB. 



« 

B 

s 


Name. 


Observed 


• 

^ 

u 
21 


Observed 


■ 

a 

2 


Magni- | 
tude. 


Size. 


Notes. 




241 


1 

G. C. 1459, 


m. B. 
+1 41.60 


—0 44.9 


12.2 


o.i 


bM 


242 


G. C. 1461 


-^ 22.00 


28 


—I 44.0 


2 


"•5 


0.3 


bM 




243 


G. C. 1485 


+1 33 56 


3 


■ • • 





ns 


0.3 


gbM 




244 


. • . 


+1 26.80 


2 


• ■ • 





• • • 


■ • • 






24s 


G. C. 1487 


-0 15-59 


12 


-f-o 42.6 


2 


".5 


* • • 


Neb* 




246 


... 


—0 15.38 


15 


+0 42.7 


4 


II. 


■ • • 


P.A.i20°,neb** 




247 


G. C. 1500 


+0 19.32 


6 


+0 S^^S 


2 


9-5 


• • * 


Neb* 




248 


• • • 


+0 19-53 


. 9 


+0 50.7 


4 


9.6 


• • • 


Neb» 




249 


L. M. 402 


+2 41-17 


3 


• • • 





14.3 


0-3 


R, gbM 




250 


• * « 


—0 29.27 


» 

8 


—I 21.8 


2 


• • • 


• • • 






251 


• • • 


—0 29.50 


9 


• • • 





n- 


• • • 


Stell 




252 


• • • 


—0 29.50 


9 


• 
• • • 





... 


« • • 






253 


• • • 


— 29.28 


12 


—I 23.8 


2 


14.0 


0.3 


IbM 




254 


• • • 


4 2.95 


7 


-0 46.3 


2 


X3.7 


0.2 


gbMN 




255 


L. M. 403 


+2 48.35 


2 


• • » 





15-7 


0.2 


R, gbM 




256 


• • • 


—0 21.79 


6 


• • • 





■ • • 


0-3 






257 


• • ■ 


—0 21.89 


10 


-0 35-3 


2 


15.0 


0.4 


gbM 




258 


• • • 


—0 21.92 


7 


-0 34.2 


2 


• • • 


■ • • 






259 


• • • 


■ • • 


16 


-0 34-4 


2 


15-5 


0.5 


dif 




260 


• • • 


-3 55.34 


10 


+1 9.2 


2 


• - • 


• • • 






261 


L. M. 404 


+2 57-80 


3 


-0 29.3 


I 


13-5 


0.4 


R, gbM 


262 


■ • • 


—0 II. 19 


9 


... 





■ • • 


• • • 






263 


• • • 


—0 11.36 


6 


+3 51-4 


I 


• ■ ■ 


• • ■ 






264 


• • • 


—0 11.38 


8 


+3 54-0 


2 


15-0 


0.5 


dif 




265 


• • • 


—2 8.14 


6 


—I 56.6 


2 


14.0 


0-5 


gbM 




266 


G. C. 1673 


—0 21.30 


6 


• • • 





• • • 


■ ■ • 






267 


• ■ • 


—2 32.52 


6 


—I 45-9 


I 


• • • 


• • • 


1 
1 


268 


• * • 


—2 32.60 


3 


— I 42.2 


2 


13-5 


0-3 


iR, sbMN 


269 


L. M. 407 


+0 51.96 


6 


54-3 


2 


14.0 


0.7x0.5 


E 45°, iF, bMN 1 

1 


270 


• • . 


— 14.24 


6 


• • • 





... 


... 




1 



SOUTHERN NEBULJB. 



199 



* 

u 

2 

B 

a 


• 

u 

4) 
t 

P 


241 


242 


P 


243 


s 


244 


s 


24s 


s 


246 


M 


247 


s 


248 


M 


249 


L 


250 


L 


251 


S 


252 


S 


253 


P 


254 


s 


255 


L 


256 


S 


257 


s 


258 


L 


259 


P 


260 


S 


261 


L 


262 


S 


263 


L 


264 


P 


265 


S 


266 


S 


267 


S 


268 


M 


269 


S 


270 


S 



1890.0 



Ja 



m. 8. 
+1 41 .61 

+1 21.98 



— o 15-59 

— o 15.38 

+0 19.32 

40 19-53 

+2 41 . 16 

— o 29.27 

— o 29.50 

—o 29.50 

—o 29.28 

—4 2.94 

+2 48.34 

— o 21.79 

— o 21.89 

-— o 21.91 

• • • 

-3 55.33 

+2 57-79 

— o 1 1. 19 

— o 11.36 

— o 11.38 

— 2 8.14 

... 

—2 32.50 

—2 32.59 

+0 51.96 

— o 14.24 



Ad 



ff 



-0 45.2 
-I 44-5 



-|-o 42.6 

-f-o 42.8 

+0 51.4 

-fo 50.6 

... 

—I 21.8 



■I 23.8 

o 45 '.6 



-o 35.2 

-o 34-1 

— o 34-4 

+1 9.8 

— o 30.0 



+3 51.5 
4-3 54-6 
—I 56.3 



—I 45-4 
—I 41.7 

54-6 



Epoch 
i8oo-f- 



89.138 

89.138 
88.122 

88.122 

88.204 

87.938 
88.179 

87.938 
87.201 
87 . 201 
88.119 
88.185 
89.092 
88.185 

87-193 
88.119 

88.185 

87.201 

89.092 

88.185 

87 . 201 

88.125 

87.174 

89.092 

88.125 

87 . 229 

87.229 

87.171 

88.122 

88.127 



Comp. Star. 



C. Z. 1979 
C. Z. 1979 
Anon. 
Anon. 
DM. 1767 

... 
DM. 1619 

• • • 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 277 



Anon 

* 

Anon 

C. C. O. 277 



Anon. 
Anon. 
C. C. O. 277 



Anon. 
Anon. 
C. C. O. 279 



C. C. O. 280 
C. C. O. 281 



1890.0 



a 



h. ID. 8. 

6 41 35-77 

6 41 35-77 
6 56 46 

6 5653 
6 59 12.9 



• ■ • 



7 3 27.5 



8 19 21.97 



8 22 55 
8 16 12 
8 19 21.97 



8 22 55 
8 16 13 
8 19 21.97 



8 21 19 
8 29 o 
8 31 11.66 

• • • 

8 40 9.81 
8 41 16.45 



— 26 36 16.0 
— 26 36 16.0 



— II 



9.9 



• 9^ m 



— o 38.4 



— 4 31 50.8 



— 4 33 



— 4 31 50-8 



4 34 
4 28 

4 31 50.8 



— 4 26 

• • • 

—12 46 13.7 

• • • 

—18 53 II. 4 

—18 55 49. a 






"v, 



■<■■? 



' 1 



200 



SOUTHERN NEBULiE. 






Name. 



271 

272 

273 

274 

27s 
276 

277 

278 

279 

280 

281 

282 

283 
284 

285 
286 

287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
292 

293 
294 

295 
296 

297 

298 

299 

300 



L. M. 407 
G. C. 1734 



G. C. 1777 



G. C. 1780 



G. C. 1796 



G. C. 1835 



G. C. 1841 



L. M. 413 



G. C. 5482 
G. C. 5484 

• • • 

G. C. 1854 

• • • 

G. C. 5491 

• • • 

G. C. 1882 



Observed 
Ja. 

m. B. 

— o 14.38 
-o 7.96 
— o 8.04 

-I 31.4s 

+x '4-77 
+1 14.82 

+1 2.43 
-o 15.27 

— O 15. II 

—I 8.72 
—I 8.70 
-l-I 41. II 

3.86 



^ Ij Observed ' ^ g-' 

I 



15 
6 

6 

6 

3 
6 




9 
6 



-|-7 10.00 

— o 26.80 

-o 49.88 

—I 1344 

—o 50.31 

— o 45.16 

+0 45-43 

+0 45.20 

+1 5.19 

+1 5-12 

+0 31-17 

+2 17-52 

+3 32.05 

+2 3 62 

+0 19 . 24 

— o 43-52 



8 

4 
8 

8 

8 



12 

9 
12 

9 
16 

16 

16 

6 

12 

16 



+1 


42.2 


7 


ns 


—I 


4-3 


4 


14. 


— I 


6.0 


I 


13-5 


— 


49-4 


1 


■ • • 


-H> 


H-7 


' 


• • • 



Notes. 



+0 14.4 , 2 



12 I 40 42.5 

15 ' +0 43.1 

I 

12 I -f-o 12.9 

II I +0 12.7 



+3 59-0 
—I 8.6 

—I 7.9 



-\-2 12.4 

+2 II. 4 

+0 58.5 

+0 59-7 

—I 14.7 

—2 34.4 

-o 53-3 

—I 43.6 



• • • 



+1 52.3 



o 

2 
6 

2 

4 
o 

4 

3 

2 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 

2 

4 

4 

3 
2 

3 

2 

4 
o 

2 



12.0 



13. 

• • • 

12. 
13.6 



14.0 



13. 

15. 
14.0 

14-5 
14.0 

15-3 

• • • 

12.5 
13.0 



0.1 
0.2 



E 60°, gbM 
ginbM 
R, gbM 



II. 11.0x0.3 E 60°, gbMN 



0.9 R, gbMN 



0.4 ! R, bMN 



0.8 

vS 

0.4 



0.3 



0-3 
0.1 

0.4 

I. 

1.6 

•0.3 

• • • 

0.5 
0.4x0.3 



R, gbMN 

gbMN 

gbM 

gbM 



E 120°, neb» 

IE 5°, bsp 
gbM stell N 
R, gbM stell N 



psmbMN 
E 160°, biN 



SOUTHERN NEBULA. 



201 



u 

B 

s 

5? 




M 


1890.0 


Epoch 

18004- 


Comp. Star. 


1890.0 


Ja 


Ad 


a 


d 


271 


m. 
— 


B. 
14.38 


+1 42.3 


87.951 


C. C. 0. 281 


b. m. 8. 
8 41 16.45 


" / 
-18 55 49.2 


272 


S 


—0 


7.97 


—I 4-5 


87.231 


C. C. 0. 282 


8 52 ^9.56 


-24 13 59.7 


373 


M 


— 


8.04 


—I 6.1 


87.119 


. • . 


• ■ • 


• • • 


274 


M 


— I 


31.46 


~o 49.3 


87.119 


C. C. 0. 283 


8 53 43-05 


—24 14 16.8 


275 


L 


+' 


H.77 


+0 14.4 


87.083 


C. C. 0. 28s 


9 5 0.85 


—14 22 17.2 


276 


M 


+' 


14.82 


+0 14. 1 


87.270 


■ • • 


• • • 


• • • 


277 


L 


+1 


2.44 


« . • 


87.083 


Sj. 3373 


9 5 13.47 


—14 27 6.6 


278 


S 


—0 


15.27 


+0 42.5 


8a. 204 


C. C. 0. 287 


9 7 41.02 


-23 43 58.8 


279 


M 


-0 


15" 


+0 43.1 


88.891 


• • • 


• • • 


... 


280 


S 


— I 


8.72 


+0 13. 1 


88.204 


C. C. 0. 288 


9 12 10.14 


—15 51 30.0 


281 


M 


— I 


8.71 


-j-o 12.9 


87.965 


• • • 


• • • 


. . • 


282 


M 


+1 


41. 1 1 


• • • 


88.108 


DM. 2609 


9 14 29.0 


—II 30.7 


283 


M 


— 


3.86 


+3 59.2 


88.108 


DM. 2614 


9 16 13.2 


—11 22.3 


284 


S 


• 


• • 


—I 8.4 


91.253 


O.Arg.S.9526 


9 II 22.06 


—22 40 16.3 


285 


P 


+7 


10.02 


—I 8.8 


89.084 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


286 


S 


• 


. • 




88.264 


Anon. 


9 ao 13 


• • • 


287 


s 


— 


49.88 




88.264 


DM. 2905 


9 20 36.1 


— 6 12.2 


288 


s 


— I 


13-43 


« 


88.264 


DM. 2907 


9 20 59.8 


— 6 17. I 


289 


s 


• 


• • 




88.264 


Anon. 


9 20 36 


• • • 


290 


M 


— 


45.16 




87.952 


Bonn VI, p. 329 


9 20 47.78 


—II 10 58.7 


291 


s 


-H> 


45.45 


+2 12.3 


88.204 


DM. 2835 


9 20 20.2 


—II 7-3 


292 


M 


+0 


45-21 


+2 II. 4 


87.951 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


293 


S 


+1 


5.21 


+0 58.3 


88.204 


Bonn VI, p.329 


9 20 47.78 


—11 10 58.7 


294 


M 


+1 


513 


+0 59.8 


87.951 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


295 


P 


-H> 


31.17 


I 14.7 


89.099 


Anon. 


9 28 23 


? 


296 


P 


+2 


17.52 


-2 34.8 


89.099 


DM. 2279 


9 26 35 


? 


297 


P 


+3 


32.06 


-0 53.8 


89.078 


C. C. 0. 294 


9 28 8.53 


20 37 44.6 


298 


M 


+2 


3.64 


—I 43-9 


88.029 


C. C. 0. 297 


9 29 36.92 


—20 36 26.2 


299 


M 


+0 


19.24 


• • • 


88.029 


DM. 2957 


9 31 20.2 


—20 38.8 


300 


P 


—0 


43.52 


+1 52.5 


89.078 


Anon. 


9 32 24 


—20 40 



202 



SOin'HEBM VXBVLX. 



m 

u 

s 

3 


Name. 


1 

Observed [ 

Ja. \ 

1 
t 


• 

0. 

^ 
U 

1 

3 


Observed 


No. 
Comp. 


Magni- 
tude. 


Size. 


Notes. 

1 
1 


301 


G. C. 1904 


m. 


33.67 


+1 42.1 


i 
I 


• • • 


• ■ • 




302 


V • • 


+» 


33.63 


3 


■ • • 





• • • 


• . * 




303 


• • • 


-H> 


2.85 


6 


+0 25.3 


4 


13. 


0.4x0.2 


E45° 


304 


• • • 


+0 


2.38 


6 

1 


-fo 25.9 


I 


• • • 


• • • 




305 


• • • 


+0 


2.30 


ZI 


-fo 24.0 


2 


• • • 


• • • 




306 


G. C. 1907 


— I 


49.68 


9 


-f-I 0.6 


2 


H-5 


0.6 


Dif 


307 


• • • 


— 2 


58.37 


3 


40 5.4 


2 


15- 


0.8x0.6 


Eio° 


308 


• • • 


— 2 


58.68 


6 


-fo 9.2 


2 


14-5 


0.3 


R, glbM 


309 


G. C. 1913 


—0 


43-35 


9 


• • • 





13.0 


0.3 


StcU N 


310 


• • • 


— 


4342 


12 


+1 57.0 


2 


15.0 


0.4 


R.gbsbMstellN 


3" 


L. M. 418 


— 


44.30 


2 


-|-o 16. 1 


I 


14.3 


0.4x0.2 


E 15°. gbM 


312 


• • • 


— I 


15.90 


2 


-0 37.2 


I 


• • • 


• • ■ 




3»3 


• • • 


— I 


22.05 


2 


• • . 





■ • • 


• • • 




3H 


• • • 


— I 


49.85 


2 


+0 59-9 


I 


. • • • 


• • • 




315 


> • V 


— 2 


58.56 


20 


+0 0.9 


2 


14.2 


0.5x0.2 


E 10^, gmbMN 


316 


■ • • 


—3 


25.50 


20 


+3 26.3 


2 


• • • 


• • • 




317 


G. C. 1961 


+1 


7.68 


8 


• • • 





V • • 


« • • 




318 


• • • 


+0 


58.18 


8 


• ■ • 





• • • 


* • • 




319 


• • • 


+0 


58.10 


16 


+3 1-8 


2 


14.0 


0.1 


gbMN 


320 


• • • 


—0 


55.02 


8 


-I 38.7 


2 


H-5 


0.2 


bM stell N 


321 


G. C. 1965 


+2 


34-74 


3 


• • • 





>3. 


0.4 


gbM 


322 


• • • 


+» 


34.81 


8 


+2 6.9 


2 


13.3 


0.4 


gbM 


323 


> • • 


+* 


28.05 


12 


• • • 





• • • 


• • • 




334 


• • • 


+2 


28.30 


16 


— 1 7.0 


2 


• • • 


• • • 




325 


G. C. 1981 


• 


• • 





—0 26.3 


2 


• • • 


> • • 




326 


• • • 


+2 


15-97 


3 


—0 27.3 


I 


13- 


0.3 


R, gbMN 


327 


G. C. 1992 


+4 


29.50 


2 


+2 50.8 


I 


• • ■ 


... 




328 


• • • 


— I 


5-96 


6 


+2 9.2 


2 


13- 


0.4 


iR, gsbMN 


329 


G. C. 1994 


+4 


48.63 


3 


+1 23.6 


I 


. . • 


• V • 


i 


' 330 


. . . 


— 


47.10 


3 


+0 35.3 


2 


15-5 


0:4 


R, gpmbM 



SOUTHERN nebula:. 



203 



1 

Number, i 


1 

Observer. 


1 

1 

1 


1890.0 

Ja Jd 


301 


L 


m. 

+2 


B. 

33 67 


1 

+1 


// 
41-7 


302 


M 


+» 


33.62 


• 


• 


303 


S 


+0 


2.85 


+0 


25.2 


304 


L 


+0 


2.38 


+0 


25-9 


305 


M 


-H> 


2.30 


-H> 


23.9 


306 


M 


— I 


49.69 


+1 


1 
0.9 


307 


M 


—2 


58.37 


-1^ 


•5-0 


308 


L 


— 2 


58.68 


+0 


8.9 


309 


S 


— 


43-35 


• 


1 

• • 


310 


L 


—0 


43-40 


+« 


57-2 

t 


3" 


L 


—0 


44-30 


+0 


1 

16.2 1 

1 


3" 


L 


— I 


15-90 


—0 


37-0 


313 


L 


• 


• • 


• 


• • 


314 


L 


— I 


49-85 


+« 


0.2 1 


315 


P 


— 2 


58.56 


+0 


I.I 


316 


P 


-3 


25-50 


+3 


26.8 ' 


317 


S 


+1 


7-69 


• 


• • 


318 


S 


+0 


58.19 


• 


• • 

1 


319 


P 


■+0 


58; 10 


+3 


2.0 


320 


s 


—0 


55-03 


— I 


38.8 . 


321 


M 


+» 


34-74 


• 


• • 


322 


P 


+2 


34.81 


+» 


7.0 


323 


M 


+2 


28.05 


• 


V • 


324 


P 


+3 


28.30 


— I 


7.3 


325 


S 


• 


• • 


—0 


26.5 


326 


M 


+2 


15.98 





27.8 


327 


L 


+4 


29-54 


+> 


50.1 


328 


M 


1 


5-96 1 


+* 


9-3 1 


' 329 


L 


+4 


48.66 


+1 


22.7 


; 330 


M 


-0 


47.10 


-h> 


35-4 1 



■fCf Comp.SUr. 



1890.0 



87.196 
87 . 270 
87.231 
87.196 
87 . 270 

87.965 
87.226 

87 . 130 
88.127 

87.281 
87.152 
87.152 
87.152 
87 . 152 
89,103 
89.103 
89.007 
89.007 
89.300 
89.004 
88.283 
89.242 
88.283 
89.242 
88.286 
87.251 
87.083 
87.226 
87.084 
87.226 



C. C. O. 298 



C. C. O. 301 



• • • 



a 



DM. 2913 
C. C. O. 304 

• • • 

C. C. O. 303 

> • • 

Anon. 

Anon. 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 307 

Anon. 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 305 

C. C. O. 306 

Anon. 
Anon. 

■ • • 

Anon. 

« • • 

■ 

C. C. O. 308 

> V • 

Bonn VI, p. 123 
C. C. O. 312 j 

Bonn VI, p. 123 

I 
. C. C. O. 312 I 



h. m. 8. 
9 34 26.86 



on/ 

3 13 35-2 



9 36 58.18 — 3 12 17.8 



9 39 35-1 
9 40 4438 

> • • 

9 39 .'J3.83 

. • • 

9 49 24 
9 49 56 
9 50 2 
9 50 30.25 
9 51 38 
9 52 5 
9 47 53 02 
9 48 2.51 

• • • 

9 49 56 
9 47.2 

• • • 

9 47-3 

• • • 

9 51 8.40 



9 50 3309 
9 56 8.67 
9 50 33 09 



- 9 54.4 

- 9 53 4-2 

• • • 

—20 48 24.3 

• • • 

- 9 53 

- 9 54 

... 

- 9 54 2.8 

- 9 53 

- 9 56 
—26 44 46.4 
—26 49 4.8 

. » • 
— 26 44 
-27 49 

■ • • 

—27 46 

• • • 

—26 23 39.8 



19 9 19.3 

19 8 42.9 

19 9 19.3 

9 56 8.67 I —19 8 42.9 



I 



204 



BOUTHEBN MEBXJLX. 



Number. 

1 
i 


Name. 
G. C. 2008 


Observed 


• 

6 


Observed 


• 

a 
S^ 

u 




1 
c ^ 

*5 

• • • 


Size. 


Notes. 


1 
331 


m. 
—0 


34 05 


r It 

• • • 


• • • 




333 


• • • 


—0 


3407 


9 


—0 30.0 


2 


12. 


2 X0.4 


E^45^gbsmbMN 


333 


V • • 


—0 


33.86 


»5 


— 29.6 


4 


II. 


3.0x0.4 


E 50°, vmbMN 


334 


• • • 


—2 


9-73 


6 


+0 13.0 


2 


• • • 


• • • 


1 


335 


m 
• • • 


— 2 


9.80 


9 


+0 13.4 


2 


• • • 


• • • 




336 


• • • 


— 2 


10.07 


3 


+0 13.9 


2 


• ■ ■ 


• ■ • 


E 30°, gsmbMN 


337 


V « • 


— I 


55.77 


3 


• • • 





• ■ • 


• • • 


1 


338 


• • • 


— I 


55-93 


3 


• • • 





• • • 


• • • 




339 
340 


Washb. Ob6. 
I No. I 

• • • 


+0 

— 


7-94 
25.13 


6 

12 


• • • 

+3 48.4 



4 


• • • 

14.8 


• • • 

2.0x0.6 


1 
E 8o«, gvlbM 


341 


• • • 


—2 


31.07 


3 


—0 4.6 


2 


H- 


0.2 


sbMN 


343 




—2 


31.10 


3 


-0 5.9 


I 


n-s 


0.8 


E 170°, SbMN 


343 


• • • 


— 2 


30.99 


3 


—0 7.3 


2 


• • ■ 


• . . 




344 


G. C. 2070 

• 


+3 


31.83 


3 


-2 57.8 


I 


".5 


1.0x0.4 


£70°, sbMN; Jd 
ch*d I rev. =9".9 


345 


• • • 


-3 


15.53 


16 


-I 43.1 


2 


14.5 


I. X0.2 


E 70°, bMN 


346 


G. C. 2139 


—2 


4.12 


3 


... 





... 


• \ 


• 




347 


• * • 


• 


• 





—I 6.8 


2 


• . . 


• 


> V 




348 


• « • 


—3 


37.43 


9 


2 40.9 


2 


■ . . 


• 


• • 




349 


• ■ • 


—3 


38.00 


3 


• • • 





13. 





•4 


E 130^, SbMN 


350 


• • • 


• 


• • 





+1 18.S 


2 


• • • 


• 

• 1 


• 




351 


G. C. 2157 


-H>. 


41-35 


2 


... 





• • • 


• 


» • 




353 


■ • • 


—0 


51.82 


6 


-I 33.1 


2 


14. 





•4 


gbM 


353 


■ • * 


—0 


52.20 


2 


— I 30.3 


2 


12. 





3 


R, SbMN 


354 


G. C. 2159 


+6 


19.99 


3 


+0 30.9 


2 


13.5 





.3 


R, gbMN 


355 


• • • 


-h) 


54.53 


3 


• • • 





... 


• 


• 




356 


« • • 


-h> 


27.55 


2 


• • • 





... 


• i 


» « 




357 


• • • 


• 


. • 





— 2 16.4 


2 


• . • 


• 1 


• 




358 


• ■ • 


— 


39-35 


3 


—6 6.0 


I 


12. 


0. 


3 


R, SbMN 


359 


■ • • 


—0 


40.02 


2 


• ■ • 





• ■ • 


• ■ 


• 


R, gbMN 


360 


• • • 


—4 


22.92 


4 


• • « 





• • • 


• • 


• 





SOUTHERN NEBULA. 



205 



1 
Number. 


• 

> 

s 

S 


1890.0 




1 

Epoch 

1800+ ' 

1 


Comp. Star. 


1890.0 


Ja 


Ad 


a 


1 
(J 


33^ 


m. s. 
-0 34.05 


• 


99 

• • 


87.253 


1 h. m. 8. 
C. C. 0. 313 10 19.84 


/ // 
— 7 10 40.7 


332 


L 


3407 


— 


30.1 


87.281 


• • • • • « 


... 


333 


M 


—0 33.86 


—0 


29.5 


87-951 


• • • • • • 


• . . 1 


334 


S 


2 . 9.74 


+0 


13.1 


87.253 


C. C. 0. 314 10 I 55.37 


— 7 II 18.4 


335 

1 


L 


-2 9.79 


+0 


13.7 


87.281 


... « • . 

i 


.... ' 


' 336 

1 


M 


— 2 10.06 


40 


H-3 


87.261 


... ... 


... 1 


1 

, 337 


L 


I 55-77 


« 


• • 


87.261 


DM. 2959 


10 J 41.2 


1 
- 7 17.5 


338 


M 


» 55.93 


• 


• • 


87.281 


« ■ • 


• * • 


... , 

1 


339 


S 


> • • 


■ 


• « 


87.976 


Anon. 


10 13 II 


• • > 

1 


340 


M 


25.13 


+3 


48.7 


87.965 


C. C. 0. 322 10 13 44.78 


-17 29 47-5 


341 


S 


—2 31.09 


— 


4.3 


87.976 


C. C. 0. 323 


10 15 50.30 


— 17 25 50.6 


; 342 


L 


—2 31. II 


— -0 


5.5 


87.125 


• • • • • • 


• • • 


343 


M 


— 2 31.01 


—0 


7.0 


87.965 


1 

... • . . 

4 


• ■ « 


344 


M 


+3 31.81 


—2 


58.5 


87.166 


C. C. 0. 316 


10 lo 55.88 


—26 5 51. 1 


345 

1 


P 


-3 15.53 


— I 


43-6 


89.237 


C. Z. 1253 


10 17 43.26 


26 7 5.4 ' 


346 


L 


. . . 


. 


• • 


87.130 


Anon. 


10 30 30 


... 


347 


L 


... 


— I 


6.3 


87 . 130 


G. C. 2157 


10 31 12 


26 52 4 


348 


S 


-3 37.46 


— 2 


40-S 


87.231 


C. C. 0. 328 


10 32 4.00 


—26 50 33.0 


349 


L 


—3 38.02 


• 


. • 


87.130 


• • . 


• • • 


1 
• • • 

1 


350 


L 


• • • 


• 


• . 


87.146 


Anon. . . . 


-26 54 1 

1 


351 


L 


• • • 


• 


. . 


87.130 


Anon. 10 30 30 


1 
... 1 


35^ 


s 


-0 51.79 


— I 


32.8 


87.231 


C. C. 0. 328 


10 32 4.00 


—26 50 330 


j 353 


L 


—0 52.21 


— I 


30.2 


87 . 130 


... 


• « • 


... 


354 


S 


+6 19.96 


40 


31.4 


88.281 


C. Z. 1774 10 25 5.43 


—26 57 24.0 ; 


355 


L 




• 


• • 


87.130 


Anon. 10 30 30 


1 
... ' 


356 


L 


... 


• 


• • 


87.130 


Anon. ,10 30 57 

1 


1 


357 


L 


. . . 


—2 


16.3 


87.292 


Anon. 10 31 


—26 54 26 


358 


L 


-0 3936 


6 


6.2 


87.130 


C. C. 328 10 32 4.00 


—26 50 33.0 


359 


L 


—0 40.03 


• 


• • 


87.146 


Anon. ,10 32 5 


1 

• • • 


360 


S 


... 


• 


• • 


88.281 


Anon. |io 35 48 


1 
• • • 

1 



206 



SOUTHERN NEBULiB. 



• 

Number, j 

i 


, Name. 


Observed 
Ja 


4 


Observed 

Jd 

t ft 

« • • 


• 

55 

u 




1 


Size. 


i 

Notes. 


361 


G. C. 2159 


m. 8. 
5 17-91 




/ 


R, gbMN 


362 


■ • • 


—5 58.15 


4 


■ • • 













363 


G. C. 2160 


-|-6 27.06 


I 


0.0 


I 


>5. 





.6 


Dif 


3''4 


• 1 • 


-[-I 1.62 


3 


• • • 













365 


• • • 1+0 34-90 


2 


• • • 













366 




• • • 





34-2 


2 










367 




—4 16.02 


2 


• • • 













368 




—5 11.00 


2 


* • ■ 













369 

1 




5 51.27 


2 


• • * 













370 




... 





—2 50.6 


I 










371 




—0 32.30 


3 


• • ■ 





14.5 


0. 


7 


R, sbMN 


372 




--0 33 72 


2 


• • • 













373 


G. C. 2161 


—0 13.38 

• 


2 


• • • 













374* 




-3 56.12 


4 


• V • 





H- 


0. 


.2 


R, gbMstellN 


375 




—4 51." 


4 


• • • 













376 1 


5 31.35 


4 


V • • 













377 


G. C. 2162 


-fo 28.30 


2 


• • • 





16. 





.1 


L 


378 


• • » 


... 





-I 38.1 


I 








1 


379 


G. C. 2163 


-fo 54.00 


2 


• • • 













1 
380 ... 


-|-0 '»1.20 


2 


• • • 





15.3 





.2 




381 
382 


Harv. XIII, 
210 

1 

> • • 


+1 36.10 
-|-I 9.20 


2 
2 


• • • 

• • • 














383 


« • • 


• ■ ■ 





— I 40.9 


2 








' 


384 


» 

• • • 


+0 2.44 


5 


—3 20.8 


3 


15.5 





.1 




385 ' 


+0 2.55 


2 


• • • 





15-5 





•5 


1 


'386 


L. M. 425 


+2 38.70 


4 


• • • 





14.8 





■3 


R, vgsbM 


387 ' 

1 


+2 25.79 


8 


—I 40.5 


I 


13- 





•3 


gbMN 


388 ... 


+2 25.86 


6 


-I 36.8 


2 


■ • • 


• 1 


k • 




389 


L. M. 424 


• • . 





+0 54.5 


2 


15.0 


0.5x0.4 


E 10°, dif 


390 




—0 35.4 


2 


• • • 





• • • 


. • • 





80UTHEBN NEBtTLiG. 



207 



• 


• 

u 

t 

ua 

Xi 




1890.0 


c 


Ja 


Jd 


36t 


s 


m. H, \ 

• • • 


/ // 


362 


s 


• « • 




363 ' s 


+6 27.03 


—0 0.2 


364 


L 


-|-i 1.62 




36s L 


+0 34-87 




366 


L 




34-2 


367 


S 






368 


S 






369 


S 






370 


L 






371 


L 






372 

1 


L 


—0 33-75 




373 


L 


—0 13.41 


• 


374 


S 


• • • 




375 


S 


• • • 




376 


S 


• • • 




377 


L 


-f-o 28.27 




378 


L 


• • • 


-I 38.1 


379 


L 


• • • 




380 


L 


• • • 

• 




381 


L 


+1 36-" 




382 


L 


+1 9.19 




383 


L 


• ■ • 


— I 41.0 


384 


S 


+0 2.44 


—3 20.9 


385 


L 


+0 2.55 


• * • 


386 


M 


+2 38.70 


• • • 


387 


S 


+2 25.79 


— I 40.8 


388 


M 


+2 25.86 


I 37.2 


389 M 

1 


• • • 


+0 54-5 


390 


M 


-0 35-4 


• • • 



Epoch 
1800+ 


Comp. Star. 


1 
1890.0 1 


a 


d 


88.281 


Anon. 


b. m. B. 
10 36 43 


f ,f 

• « > 


88.281 


Anon. 


10 37 23 


• • • 


88.281 


C. Z. 1774 


10 25 5.43 


—26 57 24.0 


87.130 


Anon. 


10 30 30 


• * • 


87 - 130 


Anon. 


10 30 57 


• • • 


87.146 

• 


G. C. 2159 


10 31 25 


—26 56 39 


88.281 


Anon. 


10 35 48 


• • • 


88.281 


Anon. 


lo 36 43 


• • ■ 


88.281 


Anon. 


10 37 23 


■ • • 


87.146 


Anon. 


10 31 


—26 54 26 


87.130 


C. C. 0. 328 


10 32 4.00 


—26 50 33.0 


87.130 


Anon. 


10 32 5 


• • • 


87 . 130 


Anon. 


1032 5 


• • • 


88.281 


Anon. 


10 35 48 


• • • 


88.281 


Anon. 

« 


10 36 43 


• • • 


88.281 


Anon. 


10 37 23 


• • > 


87.130 


C. C. 0. 326 


10 31 32.66 


—27 >5 12.0 


87.144 


• • • 


• • ■ 


• ■ • 


87.130 


C. C. 0. 326 


10 31 32.66 


—27 5 12.0 


88.281 


Anon. 


10 32 5 


• • ■ 


87.130 


Anon. 


10 30 30 


-26 53 


87.130 


Anon. 


10 30 57 


• • • 


87.216 


G. C. 2157 


10 31 12 


—26 52 4 


87.231 


C. C. 0. 328 


10 32 4.00 


—26 50 33.0 


87.130 


• ■ • 


• • • 

w 


• 
• ■ • 


88.031 


I^M. 3547 


10 31 40.2 


-23 17.5 


88.267 


DM. 3550 


10 31 53-7 


—23 18.9 


88.031 


• • • 


• • • 


... 1 


88.031 


DM. 3547 


10 31 40.2 


-23 17-5 


88.031 


L. M. 425 


10 34 19 


—23 20.6 



208 



SOUTHERN NEBUIiiE. 



Number. 


Name. 
L. M. 427 


Observed 

m. s. 
— 2 18.79 


c 
ZB 

u 

4 


Observed 

f ft 

• • • 


No. 
Comp. 


Magni- 
tude. 


Size. 


1 

1 

Notes. 


391 


' 

15.5 


0.1 


gbM 


392 


Nova 


• 


• 





— 2 


II. 4 


I ' 15.5 

1 


1.5x0.6 


E 110°, dif 


393 


• ■ « 


3 


3.6 


2 


• 


• ■ 





• • • 


■ . ■ 




394 


L. M. 428 


— I 


24.18 


8 


+0 


59-1 


2 


14.7 


0.8x0.3 


E 125°, gbM 


395 


• • ■ 


— I 


24-30 


3 


+1 


4.0 


I 


15-3 


0.5 Z0.2 


E 135°. gbM 


396 


L. M. 429 


+2 


450 


8 


—0 


51.9 


2 


H-3 


0.8x0.3 


E 135°. gbM 


397 


• » • 


+* 


4.40 


3 


— 


51.6 


I 


14.8 


0.6x0.3 


E 135°, gbM 


398 


G. C. 2271 


+1 


55.28 


4 


■ 


• 





14- 


0.3 


R, gbM 


399 


• • • 


—0 


7-73 


24 


— I 


21.8 


2 


15.0 




Neb»* 


400 


* • • 


—0 


7.80 


12 


— I 


19.7 


1 
5 • . . 

1 






401 


G. C. 2288? 


— 


50.63 


3 


+« 


53-4 


V I ... 

1 




1 

1 


402 


G. C. 2305 


— I 


38.33 


3 


-3 


24.7 


I 


... 






403 


• ■ • 


—I 


38.27 


3 


V 


• « 





. • • 






404 


• • * 


— I 


50.40 


3 


+1 


50.0 


I 


... 




1 


405 


• • « 


— I 


50.20 


3 


+« 


46.4 


2 


145 


0.6 


R, psbMN 


406 


L. M. 432 


+3 


16.24 


6 


+» 


16.3 


I 


H- 


0.2 


R, bMN 


407 


• ■ • 


+3 


1564 


6 


+' 


43-4 


I 


. • • 


V • • 


^ 


408 


« • • 


+1 


38.60 


8 


+0 


29.8 


2 


12.5 


0.4 


gbMN 


409 


• • • 


+' 


38.62 


6 


+0 


28.3 


I 


• . • 


• • * 




410 


G. C. 2330 


—3 


22.30 


3 


+4 


47.0 


2 


12.0 


i.8x i.o 


£95° 


411 


• • • 


—3 


12.80 


2 


• 


• 





. • ■ 


• • • 




412 


G. C. 2341 


+1 


18.62 


6 


+3 


6.9 


2 


10.5 


• • • 




413 


• • • 


+1 


18.62 


6 


P 


• • 





■ • • 


• • • 




414 


• • • 


+1 


18.47 


3 


• 


• ■ 





• • ■ 


• • • 




415 


« • • 


—0 


36.66 


6 


1 


275 


2 


• • • 


• • • 


1 


416 


• • ■ 


— 


36.66 


6 


1 


26.7 


2 


■ • • 


• • • 




417 


• • • 


—0 


36.93 


3 


— I 


27.5 


2 


... 


• ■ • 




418 


Nova 


— I 


8.18 


12 


— 2 


7.2 


2 


155 


O.l 




419 


• • • 


— 1 


8.10 


12 


— 2 


6.6 


4 


15-5 


0.3 


R 


420 


• • • 


— I 


48.84 


4 


• 


• • 





. • • 


... 





SOUTHERN NEBTTIJE. 



209 



0) 

55 



0) 

>• 

u 
4) 

CO 

o 



39^ 


1 S 

1 


392 


M 


393 


M 


394 


s 


395 


L 


396 


S 


397 


L 


398 


M 


399 


S 


40U 


M 


40X 


L 


402 


L 


403 


M 


404 


L 


405 


M 


406 


L 


407 


L. 


408 


S 


409 


L 


410 


L 


411 


L 


412 


S 


413 


L 


414 


M 


415 


S 


416 


L 


417 


M 



1890.0 



418 s 
4x9 I M 
420 I S 



Jez 



m. 8. 
—2 18.79 



—3 3-6 

— I 24.18 

—I 24.31 

+2 4-50 

+2 4-41 

+> 55-29 

-o 7.73 

— o 7.80 

— o 50.64 

—I 38.34 

—I 38.28 

—I 50.41 

— I 50.21 

+3 ^6.24 

+3 15.64 

+1 38.60 

+1 38.62 

—3 22.35 

... 

+1 18.64 

+1 18.64 

+1 18.46 

— o 36.66 

— o 36.66 

— o 36.92 

— I 8.19 

— I 8. II 

—I 48.85 



Ab 



— 2 1 1 . 4 

■ • • 

+0 59-2 
+1 4.1 

— o 51.7 

-o 51.7 



— I 


21.8 


88.009 


— I 


19.8 


88.201 


+t 


53.6 


87.084 


-3 


24-7 


87.196 


• 


• • 


87.226 


+1 


503 


87.196 


+1 


46.7 


87.226 


+2 


16.0 


87-319 


+« 


43-1 


87-319 


+0 


29.7 


88.264 


-H) 


28.1 


88.319 


+4 


47.4 


87-073 


• 


. • 


87 073 


+3 


7.0 


88.976 


• 


• • 


87-215 


• 


• • 


87.261 


1 


27 6 


88.976 


1 


26.8 


87.215 


— I 


27.6 


87.261 


—2 


7.3 


89.015 


— 2 


6.6 


88.029 


• 


• • 


89.015 



Epoch 
1800+ 



88 



88 



.279 
.031 
88.031 
88.278 
87.149 
88 . 281 
87.149 
88.201 



Comp. Star. 



C. C. O. 331 
DM. 3550 
L. M. 425 
C. C. O. 331 

... 
C. C. O. 331 

• • • 

C. C. O. 332 
C. Cat. 15017 

• • • 

Bonn VI, loi 
C. C. O. 342 

• • • 

C. C. O. 343 

... 
C. C. O. 338 
C. C. O. 339 
C. C. O. 341 

• • • 

C. C. O. 350 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 344 



1890.0 



a 



h. m. s. 
10 47 15.00 

10 31 53 7 
10 34 19 

10 47 15.00 



... 



10 47 15.00 

• • • 

10 51 48.36 
10 53 51-85 

• • • 

10 56 38.60 

11 3 30.62 

• • • 

" 3 43-04 

> • • 

II I o . 46 
II I 1. 16 
II 2 38.16 

• • V 

II 9 25.76 
II 9 16 

II 6 36.12 



C. C. O. 349 



C. C. O. 354 



C. C. O. 355 



II 8 31.55 



II 19 H-74 



II 19 55-63 



O ./ // 

—16 26 33.2 
-23 18.9, 

— 23 20.6 

—16 26 33.2 

• • • 

—16 26 33.2 

• • • 

-27 53 19.8 
-27 51 56.3 

• • • 

—15 5 59-4 
—18 49 13.3 

• • • 

— 18 54 24.04 

• • • 

— 12 49 20.4 
— 12 48 49.8 

— 12 47 35-4 

... 
— 17 46 19. I 

• • • 

— 26 12 32.9 



-26 7 57.3 



— 99 26.6 



—99 43.0 



210 



SOUTHERN NEBULiG. 



• 

^ 1 

3 


1 

VT ^^ Observed 
Name. . 

Ja 


No. 
Comp. 


Observed 


No. 
Comp. 


Magni- 
tude. 

i 


Size. 

• 


1 
Notes. 


421 


m. 
Nova • -|-o 


8. 
2.59 


20 


+2 


3-7 


2 


15.0 


0.1 




422 


• • • 


—0 


1.54 


14 


+1 


34-6 


4 


15.5 


0.8 


R. dif 


. 423 


G, C 2406 -f 


41.00 


16 


-h> 


30.5 


2 


14.7 


0.2 


1 
1 


424 


. . . -|-o 


36.87 


9 


+0 


0.4 


4 


14-5 


0.3 


R.gbM 


i 425 


G. C. 241 1 +0 


13-80 


8 


• 


• 





15-5 


3. X I. 


gbM, dif 

1 


426 


. . . — 


26.79 


4 


• 


• • 





« • • 


V • ■ 




427 


... —0 


27.30 


3 


— I 


54-5 


I 


• • • 


• • • 




428 


G. C. 2441 ■ — I 


0.94 


12 


—2 

• 


43.3 


4 


14.0 


14.0 


iR, vlbM 


429 


• • 


—0 


43-44 


8 


• • 





« • • 


. . • 




- 430 

1 


Nova I — 


10.70 


4 


— 2 


48.6 


I 


>3-5 


1.0 


IE 170°, gbMN 


431 

1 

432 


Copernicus, — i 
I, p. 50, 22 
... I 


53.76 
53-95 


12 
19 


+2 


234 
234 


3 
3 


14-5 
15.0 


0.8x0.4 
O.I 


E 20°, svlbMN 
bMN 


433 


Nova 


-1^ 


53-92 


3 


• 


• • 





15-8 


I .0x0.8 


E 90°, dif 


434 
435 


A. N. 2212, 

36 
G. C. 2554 


1 


• « 

26.48 



3 


—2 

• 


7.6 

* • 


I 



H-5 


0.4 

• V • 


iR. 


436 


... —I 


59.08 


3 


+0 


49-7 


I 


• • • 


■ • « 




437 


• • • 9 


• • 





-H> 


45-5 


I 12. 


2X1 


E 170°, dif 


438 


... -I 


59-05 


9 

• 


• 
■ 


• • 





* • • 


. • * 




439 


G. C. 25S7 


• 


• • 





— 


48.4 


2 


13- 


1-3 


R,gbM 


440 




+' 


1.90 


6 


—0 


48.1 


I 


... 


... 




441 


+. 


1.79 


9 


—0 


47-6 


4 


13.0 


I.O 


R, vglbM 


442 


. . . 

1 


20.30 


3 


• 


• V 


• • * 


• • • 


... 




443 







20.08 


6 


— I 


43-2 


I 


• • • 


... 


' 


444 







20.36 


9 


m 


• 


• • • 


• • > 


... 




445 


G. C. 2570 +2 


45.10 


2 


■U 


5-9 


I 


14.0 


0.4 


Eioo'^ -4-, bM 


1 446 




— 2 


44.80 


3 


m 


• « 





"5 


0.4 


R,gbM 


447 


... +2 


22.55 


2 


m 


• • 





. . . 


• • • 




448 


... '+, 


17-35 


2 


m 


• ■ 





• • • 


• • • 




449 


+2 


1713 


3 





4-2 


I 


■ • • 


• • • 




450 


G. C. 2s86 


+3 


11.30 


8 


+' 


40.3 


2 


12.0 


0.7x0.4 


gvmbM 



SOUTHERN NEBULJB. 



211 



6 

3 



1890.0 



421 
422 

423 

424 I 
425 

426 

1 

427 1 

428 j 

429 ' 

430 

431 
432 

433 
434 
435 
436 

437 
438 

439 
440 

441 
442 

443 

444 

445 
446 

447 
448 

449 




450 



S 
M 
S 
M 
S 
S 
L 
M 
M 
L 
M 
P 
M 
M 
L 
L 
M 
M 
S 
L 
M 
S 
L 
M 
L 
M 
L 
L 
M 
P 



+0 2.59 

— o 1.54 

+0 41.00 

-)-o 36.88 

-f-o 13.80 

— o 26.80 

— o 27.30 

—I o.p4 

43-44 
10.70 

— ' 53-77 
-I 5396 



Jr) 



—I 59.10 

• • • 

—I 59.06 

» • • 

+1 1.90 
+1 1.79 

— o 20 . 30 
— o 20.08 



20.36 

+2 45-15 

+2 44-85 

-\-2 22.58 

+2 17.36 

-\-2 17.16 

+3 1 1 -33 



+2 3.8 

+1 34-6 

+0 30-5 

+0 0.4 



—I 54.6 

—2 43-4 

. • • 

—2 48.8 

+2 23.6 

+2 23.5 

• • • 

—2 7.6 

« • * 

+0 49.6 

+0 45-6 

• • • 

— o 48.5 

— o 48.0 

— o 47.6 

• • • 

— I 43-2 

• « • 

+0 5-8 



— o 4.4 
+1 40.4 



Epoch 

1800+ 



89.004 

87.938 
89.004 

87.965 
89.015 

89.015 

87.286 

88.204 

88.204 

87.152 

88.122 

89.029 

88.122 

87.207 

87.084 

87.084 

87.207 

87.207 

88.223 

87.201 

88.053 

87.322 

87 . 201 

88.053 

87.146 

87.166 

87.146 

87.146 

87.166 

89.081 



Comp. Star. 



DM. 3360 
C. C. O. 353 
DM. 3360 
C. C. O. 353 
C. C. O. 354 
C. C. O. 355 

• • • 

C. C. O. 357 

C. C. O. 358 

Wa8h.Cat.4946 

C. C. O 361 



Copernicus, I, 

p. 50. 22 
C. C. O. 362 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 368 



1890.0 



a 



m. H. 
18 0.6 

18 8.69 

18 0.6 

18 8.69 

19 14.74 
"9 55 63 

• . • 

26 42.93 

27 0.53 
31 6.20 

34 45-87 

m m m 

32 52." 

39 29-32 

42 56 

43 28.90 



C. C. O. 365 



II 41 23.12 



C. C. O. 367 



C. C. O. 363 



II 42 45.72 



II 40 55.12 



C. C. O. 364 ;ii 41 17.64 

41 23.17 



C. C. O. 366 



Anon. 



II 



ff 



—13 17. 1 

— J3 15 17-3 
—13 17. 1 

-13 15 17.3 

— 99 26.6 

— 99 43.0 



^13 40 59.3 
—13 34 43-6 

— 9 II 38.4 
— 10 4 12.0 

• • • 

— 10 I 48.4 

— 16 II 27.1 

• • • 

— 16 15 25.4 



10 



— 10 



II 42 17 



20 



19 



16.2 



22.8 



—28 40 3.0 

• V • 

—28 44 37.7 
—28 40 1.8 

• • V 

—28 13 



202 



SOTTTHIiKN NBBXTLX. 



• 

B 

3 


Name. 


Observed 
Ja. 


• 

-: c* Observed 

1 


No. 
Comp. 


Magni- 
tude. 


Size. 


I 
Notes. 

1 


301 


G. C. 1904 


m. R. 
+2 33-67 


3 


/ 

+1 


// 
42.1 


1 
I 


■ • • 


... 


1 


302 


. • • 


+2 33-63 


3 


m 


• • 




• 


• • ■ 


... 


1 

1 


303 


. < « 


+0 2.85 


6 


+0 


25.3 


4 


13. 


0.4x0.2 


E4S° 


304 


* . • 


+0 2.38 


6 

1 


+0 


25-9 


I 


• • • 


. • . 




305 


... 


+0 2.30 


II 


+0 


24.0 


2 


• • • 


... 




306 


G. C. 1907 


— I 49.68 


9 


+1 


0.6 


2 


14.5 


0.6 


Dif 


307 


a • • 


-2 58-37 


3 


-H> 


5-4 


2 


15- 


0.8x0.6 


Eio° 


308 


• • • 


—2 58.68 


6 


+0 


9.2 


2 


H-5 


0.3 


R, glbM 


309 


G. C. 1913 


-0 43.35 


9 


• 


• • 





13-0 


0.3 


Stell N 


3x0 


• • • 


-0 43.42 


12 


+1 


57 -o 


2 


15.0 


0.4 


R.gbsbMstellN 


3" 


L. M. 418 


—0 44.30 


2 


+0 


16. 1 


I 


14-3 


0.4x0.2 


E 15°, gbM 


312 


• • • 


I 15.90 


2 


— 


37-2 


I 


• • • 


... 




313 


• • a 


— I 22.05 


2 


• 


• 





■ • ■ 


... 




3H 


• • • 


— I 49.85 


2 


■u 


59-9 


I 


• • • • 


. . . 




315 


• • • 


—2 58.56 


20 


■+0 


0.9 


2 


14.2 


0.5x0.2 


E io% gmbMN 


316 


• • * 


—3 25.50 


20 


+3 


26.3 


2 


• ■ • 


. . . 




317 


G. C. 1961 


+1 7-68 


8 


• 


• • 





• • « 


. . . 




318 


• • ■ 


-fo 58.18 


8 


• 


• • 





V » • 


• ■ • 




319 


> • • 


-f-o 58.10 


16 


+3 


1.8 


2 


14.0 


0.1 


gbMN 


320 


• • • 


—0 55.02 


8 


— I 


38.7 


2 


14.5 


0.2 


bM stell N 


321 


G. C. 1965 


+2 34-74 


3 


• 


• • 





«3- 


0.4 


gbM 


323 


• • • 


+2 34 -81 


8 


+> 


6.9 


2 


13-3 


0.4 


gbM 


3*3 


• • ■ 


-f-2 28.05 


12 


• 


• • 





• • • 


... 




324 


• • • 


+2 28.30 


16 


1 


7.0 


2 


• • • 


• • • 




325 


G. C. 1981 


• • • 





— 


26.3 


2 


• • • 


. • • 




326 


> • • 


+2 15-97 


3 


—0 


273 


I 


13- 


0.3 


R, gbMN 


327 


G. C. 1992 


+4 29.50 


2 


+» 


50.8 


I 


• • • 


• • ■ 




328 


• • • 


I 596 


6 


+^ 


9-2 


2 


13- 


0.4 


IR, gsbMN 


329 


G. C. 1994 


+4 48.63 


3 


+1 


23.6 


I 


• • • 


. • . 




330 


• • • 


—0 47.10 


3 


+0 


35-3 


2 


15-5 


0:4 


R, gpmbM 

1 



SOUTHERN MEBULX. 



203 



u 

£ 

3 



301 
302 

304 

305 
306 

307 
308 

309 
310 

3" 
3" 
313 
314 
315 
316 

317 
318 

319 
320 

321 

322 

323 

324 

325 
326 

327 
328 

329 
330 



> 

^ i 



L 
M 

S 

L 

M I 

M 

M 

L 

S 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

P 

P 

S 

S 

P 

S 

M 

P 

M 

P 

S 

M 

L 

M 

L 

M 



1890.0 



Ja 



Jd 



Epoch 

1800+ 



Comp. Star. 



m. B. ' " 

+2 33-67 , +1 41-7 

I 

-1-2 33.62 j ... 

-f-o 2.85 -|-o 25.2 

+0 2.38 -|-o 25.9 

-(-o 2.30 -|-o 23.9 

— I 49.69 I -|-I 0.9 



-2 58.37 

—2 58.68 

-o 43-35 

-o 43 40 

— o 44.30 



+0 • 50 

+0 8.9 

1^ 



+1 57-2 
-\-o 16.2 



—I 15.90 — o 37.0 



—I 49.85 

—2 58.56 

-3 25.50 

+1 7-69 

-fo 58.19 

-|-o 58 . 10 

— o 55.03 

+2 34-74 

+2 34 '81 

-|-2 28.05 

-|-2 28.30 

• ■ • 

+2 15-98 

+4 29.54 

— 1 5-96 

-1-4 48.66 

— o 47 . 10 



-f-i 0.2 

-f-o I.I 

+3 26.8 



+3 2.0 

-I 38.8 

• • ■ 

+2 7-0 

• ■ • 

—I 7.3 

— o 26.5 

— o 27.8 

+2 50-1 

+2 9-3 

+1 22.7 

-h> 35-4 



87.196 
87.270 
87.231 
87.196 
87 . 270 

87.965 
87.226 

87 . 130 
88.127 
87.281 
87.152 
87.152 
87.152 

87.152 
89.103 
89.103 
89.007 
89.007 
89.300 
89.004 
88.283 
89.242 
88.283 
89.242 
88.286 
87.251 
87.083 
87.226 
87.084 
87 . 226 



1890.0 



a 



d 



C. C. O. 298 



C. C. O. 301 



DM. 2913 
C. C. O. 304 

• • • 

C. C. O. 303 



h. m. 8. 
9 34 26.86 



9 36 58.18 



9 39 35.1 
9 40 44-38 

• • • 

9 39 .'>3-83 



Anon. 

Anon. 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 307 

Anon. 

Anon. j 9 52 5 

I 
C. C. O. 305 : 9 47 53.02 



9 49 24 

9 49 56 

9 50 2 

9 50 30- 25 

9 51 38 



O ff t 

3 13 35-2 



— 3 12 17.8 



I 



C. C. O. 306 

• « • 

Anon. 
Anon. 

• • • 

Anon. 

• • • 

C. C. O. 308 



9 48 2.51 

■ > • 

9 49 56 
9 47-2 

• • • 

9 47-3 

• • • 

9 51 8.40 



— 9 54-4 

— 9 53 4-2 

—20 48 24.3 

... 

— 9 53 

— 9 54 

• . . 

— 9 54 2.8 

— 9 53 

— 9 56 
—26 44 46.4 
—26 49 4.8 



. . • 



Bonn VI, p. 123 9 50 33.09 

C. C. O. 312 9 56 8.67 

BonnVI.p. 123 9 50 33.09 

, C. C. O. 312 I 9 56 8.67 



26 44 

27 49 

. • • 

-27 46 

• • • 

■26 23 39.8 

• • • 

■19 9 19.3 

-19 8 42.9 

-19 9 19.3 

-19 8 42.9 






204 



SODTHEBN NEBXJLiE. 



Number. 


Name. 


Observed 

Ja. 


No. 
Com p. 


Observed 
Ad, 


• 

=^5 


1 


Size. 


Notes. 


331 


G. C. 2008 


—0 


8. 
3405 


6 


• • • 





• . . 


• . • 




333 


• • • 


—0 


3407 


9 


—0 30.0 


2 


12. 


2 X0.4 


E4S^gb8mbMN 


333 


• • • 


— 


33.86 


15 


— 29.6 


4 


II. 


3.0x0.4 


E 50°, vmbMN 


334 


• • • 


—2 


9-73 


6 


+0 13.0 


2 


• ■ • 


• • • 




335 


• • • 


— 2 


9.80 


9 


+0 13.4 


2 


• • • 


• • • 




336 


• • • 


— 2 


10.07 


3 


+0 13.9 


2 


■ • • 


* • ■ 


E 30'', gsmbMN 


337 


• • • 


— I 


55-77 


3 


• • • 





• • • 


• * • 


1 


338 


« • • 


— I 


55-93 


3 


• • • 





• • • 


• • • 




339 
340 


Washb. Obs. 
I No. I 

• • • 


+0 

— 


7-94 
25-13 


6 

12 


• • • 

+3 48.4 




4 


1 

■ • • 

14.8 


• • • 

2.0x0.6 


E 8o«, gvlbM 


341 


• « • 


—2 


31-07 


3 


—0 4.6 


2 


H- 


0.2 


sbMN 


342 


• 


—2 


31-10 


3 


-0 5-9 


I 


13.5 


0.8 


E 170°, SbMN 


343 


• • • 


— 2 


30.99 


3 


-0 7.3 


2 


• • • 


... 




344 
345 


G. C. 2070 

• 
• • « 


+3 
-3 


31.83 
15-53 


3 
16 


-2 57.8 
-« 43-1 


I 
2 


12.5 
»4-5 


1.0x0.4 
I. X0.2 


E7o°, sbMN; Jd 
ch'd I rev. =9^.9 
E 70°, bMN 


346 


G. C. 2139 


—2 


4.12 


3 


■ • • 





• • • 


. « 


• 




347 


• • • 


• 


. • 





—I 6.8 


2 


• • • 


. 1 


■ • 




348 


■ • • 


3 


37-43 


9 


—2 40.9 


2 


• • • 


. 1 


k « 




349 


• • • 


-3 


38.00 


3 


• • • 





13. 





•4 


E 130*^, SbMN 


350 


• • • 


• 


• • 





+1 18.S 


2 


. . • 


• 

• 1 


• 


1 


351 


G. C. 2157 


-H>, 


41.35 


2 


V • • 





... 


• 


• 


1 


353 


• • ■ 


—0 


51.82 


6 


-I 33-1 


2 


14- 





•4 


gbM 1 


353 


• • • 


— 


52.20 


2 


-I 30.3 


2 


12. 





'3 


R, SbMN 


354 


G. C. 2159 


-K 


19.99 


3 


+0 30.9 


2 


13-5 





•3 


R, gbMN 


355 


• ■ • 


-H) 


54-53 


3 


• • • 





... 


• i 


■ • 




356 


• • • 


-h> 


27-55 


2 


• • ■ 





... 


• i 


» « 




357 


• • • 


• 


• ■ 





— 2 16.4 


2 


• . • 


« • 


• 




358 


• • • 


— 


39.35 


3 


— 6 6.0 


I 


12. 


0. 


3 


R, SbMN 


359 


• • • 


—0 


40.02 


2 


• • • 





• V • 


• 1 


k • 


R, gbMN 


360 


• • • 


—4 


22.92 


4 


• • • 





• • • 


• 4 


• 





SOUTHERN NEBULJB. 



205 



B 
55 



> 

u 

« 
O 



1890.0 



331 
332 
333 
334 
I 335 
! 336 
337 
338 
339 
340 
341 
343 
343 
344 
345 
346 

347 

348 

349 

350 

351 

35^ 

353 

354 

355 

356 

357 

358 

359 
360 



S 
L 
M 
S 
L 
M 
L 
M 
S 
M 
S 
L 
M 
M 
P 
L 



S 
L 
L 
L 
S 
L 
S 
L 
L 
L 



L 

S 



Aa 



m. B. 
— o 3405 



34-07 

— o 33.86 

—3 . 9.74 

—2 9.79 

— 2 10.06 

—I 55-77 

—I 55.93 

• • • 

— o 25.13 

—2 31.09 

—2 31. II 

— 2 31.01 

+3 31-81 

—3 15.53 



■3 37.46 
3 38.02 



Jd 



// 



— o 
— o 

+0 
+0 
+0 



30.1 

29.5 
13.1 
13-7 
143 



+3 



—o 
— o 
— 2 
— I 



— X 
— 2 



48.7 
4.3 

5-5 
7.0 

58.5 
43-6 

• 

6-3 
40.5 



— 


51.79 


—I 32.8 


— 


52.21 


—I 302 


+6 


19.96 


+0 31.4 



39 36 



— o 40.03 



—2 
—6 



16.3 
6.2 



Epoch 
1800+ 



Comp. Star. 



87.253 
87.281 

87.951 

87.253 
87.281 

87.261 

87.261 

87.281 

87.976 

87.965 

87.976 

87.125 

87.965 
87.166 

89.237 
87.130 

87.130 
87.231 

87 . 130 

87.146 

87.130 
87.231 

87.130 
88.281 
87.130 
87.130 
87.292 
87.130 
87 . 146 
88.281 



1890.0 



a 



C. C. O. 313 



h> m. s. 
10 O 19.84 



d 



C. C. O. 314 



O / // 

— 7 10 40.7 



10 I 55.37 



— 7 II 18.4 



DM. 2959 



Anon. 



10 I 41.2 — 7 17.5 



10 13 II 



C. C. O. 322 10 13 44.78 



C. C. O. 323 



10 15 50.30 



17 29 47-5 
17 25 50.6 



C. C. O. 316 
C. Z. 1253 
Anon. 
G. C. 2157 
C. C. O. 328 

• mm 

Anon. 
Anon. 
C. C. O. 328 



10 10 55.88 
10 17 43.26 
lo 30 30 
10 31 12 
10 32 4.00 



10 30 30 
10 32 4.00 



C. Z. 1774 10 25 5.43 

Anon. 10 30 30 

Anon. . 10 30 57 

Anon. 10 31 

C. C. O 328 1 10 32 4.00 

Anon. 1 10 32 5 

Anon. 10 35 48 



—26 5 51.1 
—26 7 5.4 

• • • 

—26 52 4 
—26 50 33.0 

• ■ • 

—26 54 

• • • 

—26 50 33.0 

• • • 

—26 57 24.0 



•26 54 26 
26 50 33.0 



206 



SOUTHERN NEBULJG. 



• 

B 

a 


Name. 


ObG 


rcrved 

8. 
17.91 


4^ 

4 


361 


G. C. 


2159 


m. 

-5 


363 


• 


• 


— S 


58.15 


4 


363 


G. C. 


2160 


+6 


27.06 


I 


364 


• 
1 




+t 


1.62 


3 


365 


■ * ' 




40 


3490 


2 


366 


• • 




• 


* . 


° 


367 


• i 




4 


16.02 


2 


368 




5 


11.00 


2 


369 


m 




-5 


51-27 


2 


370 


m 




• 


• • 





371 


• 




— 


32.30 


3 


372 


• 




—0 


33-72 


2 


373 


G. C. 


2161 


—0 

• 


13-38 


2 


374' 


• 4 




-3 


56.12 


4 


375 




—4 


51. II 


4 


376 


• 




5 


31-35 


4 


377 


G. C 


. 2162 


-K 


28.30 


2 


378 


■ 




• 


a • 





379 


G. C. 


. 3163 


-K 


54.00 


2 


380 




+0 


^1.20 


2 


381 Harv 
210 
383 


. XIII, 




36.10 
9.20 


2 
2 


383 1 




• 


• . 





384 1 . . 




-fo 


2.44 


5 


385 

1 




-H> 


2.55 


2 


•386 


L. M 


•425 


+2 


38.70 


4 


387 1 




+2 


25-79 


8 


388 1 




+2 


25.86 


6 


389 1 L. M. 


424 


• 


• • 





390 


• « 


« 


— 


35-4 


2 



Observed 



-2 



— I 



// 



34-2 



50.6 



0.0 



38.1 



— I 40.9 
—3 30. 8 



—I 40.5 
-I 36.8 

+0 54-5 



25 o 



o 
o 
I 
o 
o 

2 



I 
O 



O 
O 

o 
o 

2 

3 
o 

o 

I 

2 
2 



bca 



15 



H 



14 



16 



15 



15-5 

15-5 
14.8 

13- 

■ • • 

15.0 



Size. 



o 
o 
o 
o 



2 



I 

5 
3 
3 



Notes. 



R, gbMN 



Dif 



0.5x0.4 



R, sbMN 



R, gbMstellN 



R, vgsbM 
gbMN 

E 10°, dif 



SOUTHERN NEBUIiiE. 



207 



1 

• 


W Observer. ' 


1890.0 


Epoch 

1800-I- 

88.281 

1 


Comp. Star. 


1890.0 


c 


Ja 

m. 8. \ 
... 


dd 


a 


d 


361 


f // 


Anon. 


h. m. 8. 
10 36 43 


or,, 

• • • 


362 


S 


... 




88.281 


Anon. 


10 37 23 


» • • 


363 


S 


+6 27.03 


—0 0.2 


88.281 


C. Z. 1774 


iO 25 5.43 


—26 57 24.0 


364 


L 


+1 1.62 




87.130 


Anon. 


10 30 30 


• • • 


365 


L 


+0 34.87 




87.130 


Anon. 


10 30 57 


• ■ • 


366 


L 




34.2 


87.146 


G. C. 2159 


10 31 25 


—26 56 39 


367 


S 






88.281 


Anon. 


10 35 48 


... 


368 


S 






88.281 


Anon. 


10 36 43 


• 
• ■ • 


369 


S 






88.281 


Anon. 


10 37 23 


• • . 

1 


370 


L 






87.146 


Anon. 


10 31 


—26 54 26 


371 


L 






87.130 


C. C. 0. 328 


10 32 4.00 


—26 50 33.0 


372 


L 


-0 33-75 




87 . 130 


Anon. 


10 32 5 


• ■ • 


373 


L 


—0 13.41 


1 


87.130 


Anon. 


10 32 5 


• • • 


374 


S 


• ■ • 




88. 281 


.Anon. 


10 35 48 


• • • 


375 


s 


• • • 




88.281 


Anon. 


10 36 43 


• • • 


376 


s 


• • • 




88.281 


Anon. 


10 37 23 


• • • 


377 


• 


-fo 28.27 




87.130 


C. C. 0. 326 


10 31 32.66 


—27 ^ 12.0 


378 


L 


■ • • 


-I 38.1 


87.144 


• • • 


■ • • 


• • • 


379 


L 


• • • 




87.130 


C C. 0. 326 


10 31 32.66 


—27 5 12.0 


380 


L 


• ■ • 

• 




88.281 


Anon. 


10 32 5 


• ■ • 


381 


L 


+1 36.11 




87.130 


Anon. 


10 30 30 


-26 53 


382 


L 


+1 9.19 




87.130 


Anon. 


10 30 57 


■ a • 


383 


L 


• • • 


— I 41.0 


87.216 


G. C. 2157 


10 31 12 


— 26 52 4 


384 


S 


-fo 2.44 


—3 20.9 


87.231 


C. C. 0. 328 


10 32 4.00 


—26 50 33.0 


385 


L 


-fo 2.5s 


• • • 


87.130 


• • • 


a • • 

ml 


.... 


386 


M 


+2 38.70 


• • • 


88.031 


DM. 3547 


10 31 40.2 


—23 17.5 


387 


S 


+2 25.79 


—X 40.8 


88.267 


DM. 3550 


10 31 53.7 


—23 18.9 


388 


M 


+2 25.86 


I 37-2 


88.031 


• ■ ■ 


... 


• • • 


389 


M 


... 


+0 54-5 


88.031 


DM. 3547 


10 31 40.2 


23 17.5 


390 


M 


-0 35.4 


• • • 


88.031 


L. M. 425 


10 34 19 


— 23 20.6 

_ I 



208 



SOOTHEBN NEBULiB. 



1 
Number. 


Name. 


Observed 


No. 

Comp. 


1 

Observed 

Ad 


No. 
Comp. 


Magni- 
tude. 


Size. 


I 
Notes. 


391 


L. M. 437 


m. 
—2 


18.79 


4 


m 







15-5 


0.1 


gbM 


392 


Nova 


• 


• 





— 2 


11. 4 


I 


15-5 


1.5x0.6 


E IIo^ dif 1 


393 


• ■ • 


3 


3.6 


2 


• 


• • 





• • a 


• . ■ 




394 


L. M. 428 


— I 


24.18 


8 


+0 


59-1 


2 


14-7 


0.8x0.3 


E 125°, gbM 


395 


• • • 


— 1 


24 30 


3 


+1 


4.0 


I 


15-3 


0.5x0.2 


E I35^ gbM 


396 


L. M. 429 


+2 


4-50 


8 


—0 


51-9 


2 


14-3 


0.8x0.3 


E 135°. gbM 


397 


• • • 


+2 


4.40 


3 


— 


51.6 


I 


14.8 


0.6x0.3 


E i35°» gbM 


398 


G. C. 2271 


+' 


55-28 


4 


« 


■ • 





14- 


0-3 


R,gbM 


399 




—0 


7-73 


24 


— I 


21.8 


2 


15.0 




Neb»» 

1 


400 


. . . 


—0 


7.80 


12 


— I 


19.7 


5 








'401 


G. C. 2288? 


— 


5063 


3 


+1 


53-4 


. I 








402 


G. C. 3305 


—I 


38.33 


3 


-3 


24.7 


I 


. . 






403 


• « • 


— I 


38.27 


3 


• 


■ • 











404 


■ • • 


— I 


50.40 


3 


+t 


50.0 


I 


^ 




i 


405 


■ • • 


— I 


50.20 


3 


+1 


46.4 


2 


t4.S 


0.6 


R, psbMN 


406 


L. M. 432 


+3 


16.24 


6 


+2 


16.3 


I 


14. 


0.2 


R, bMN 


407 


■ • • 


+3 


15-64 


6 


+« 


43-4 


I 


. • • 


• • • 


^ 


408 


■ ■ • 


+1 


38.60 


8 


+0 


29.8 


2 


12.5 


0.4 


gbMN 


409 


» ■ • 


+« 


38.62 


6 


+0 


28.3 


I 


• • » 


• . . 




1 410 

[ 


G. C. 2330 


—3 


23.30 


3 


+4 


47.0 


2 


12.0 


i.8x i.o 


E95° 


1 
411 


■ a • 


3 


12.80 


2 


• 


• • 





■ • • 


• • ■ 




412 


G. C. 2341 


+« 


18.62 


6 


+3 


6.9 


3 


10.5 


• • « 




413 


• • • 


+« 


18.62 


6 


■ 


• ■ 





• • • 


• • • 




414 

[ 


• • • 


+1 


18.47 


3 


• 


■ • 





■ • • 


■ » • 




415 


■ • ■ 


—0 


36.66 


6 


— I 


275 


2 


• • • 


• • • 


« 


416 


• • • 


—0 


36.66 


6 


— I 


26.7 


2 


• • • 


• ■ ■ 




417 


■ • • 


— 


36.93 


3 


— I 


27.5 


2 




• • • 




i 418 

1 


Nova 


— I 


8.18 


12 


— 2 


7-2 


2 


15.5 


0.1 




419 


• • « 


— I 


8.10 


12 


—2 


6.6 


4 


15-5 


0.3 


R 


420 


• • • 


— I 


48.84 


4 


• 


. . 





. . • 


• • • 





SOUTHERN NEBDLX. 



209 



Number. 


C/) Observer. 


1890.0 


Epoch 
i8oo-f- 

88.279 


Comp. Star. 


1 

1890.0 


Ja 


Ad 


a 

h. m. 8. 
10 47 15.00 


,f n 
—16 26 33.2 


391 


m. 8. 

—2 18.79 


• • • 


C. C. 0. 331 


392 


M 


• • . 


— 2 II. 4 


88.031 


DM. 3550 


10 31 53 7 


— 23 18.9 


393 M 


—3 3-6 


... 


88.031 


L. M. 425 


10 34 19 


—23 20.6 


394 S 


— I 24.18 

• 


+0 59-2 


88.278 


C. C. 0. 331 


10 47 15.00 


— 16 26 33.2 


395 


L 


-I 24.31 


+1 4.1 


87.149 


... 


... 


... j 


396 


S 


+2 450 


51-7 


88.281 


C. C. 0. 331 


10 47 15.00 


— 16 26 33.2 


397 


L 


+2 4-41 


-0 51.7 


87.149 


... 


• • ■ 


• • ■ 


398 


M 


+1 55-29 


... 


88.201 


C. C. 0. 332 


10 51 48.36 


-27 53 19.8 


399 


S 

1 


-0 7.73 


— I 21.8 


88.009 


C. Cat. 1 501 7 


1053 51.85 


-27 51 56.3 


400 


M 


—0 7.80 


— I 19.8 


88.201 


• ■ ■ 


• • • 


■ a • 


1 ^ 
401 L 


—0 50.64 


+1 53-6 


87.084 


Bonn VI, loi 


10 56 38.60 


-15 5 59.4 


402 


L 


-I 38-34' 


-3 24.7 


87.196 


C. C. 0. 342 


II 3 30.62 


—18 49 13.3 


403 


M 


—I 38.28 


• a • 


87 . 226 


• • • 


... 


. . • 


404 


L 


—I 50.41 


+1 503 


87.196 


C. C. 0. 343 


" 3 43-04 


—18 54 24.04 


405 


M 


—I 50.21 


+1 46.7 


87.226 


• • • 


• • • 


... 


406 L 

1 


+3 16.24 


+2 16.0 


87-3>9 


C. C. 0. 338 


II I 0.46 


— 12 49 20.4 


407 


L. 


+3 15.64 


+» 43-1 


87 319 


C. C. 0. 339 


II I 1. 16 


—12 48 49.8 


408 S 


+1 38.60 


+0 29.7 


88.264 


C. C. 0. 341 


II 2 38.16 


-«2 47 35.4 


409 L 


+1 38.62 


-|-o 28.1 


88.319 


. . • 


a • • 


• « • 


410 


L 


3 22.35 


+4 47.4 


87.073 


C. C. 0. 350 


II 9 25.76 


— 17 46 19. I 


411 


L 


... 


... 


87 073 


Anon. 


II 9 16 


■ • a 


412 


S 


+1 18.64 


+3 70 


88.976 


C. C. 0. 344 


II 6 36.12 


—26 12 32.9 


413 


L 


+1 18.64 


• • • 


87.215 


■ • • 


• • • 


... 


414 


M 


+1 18.46 


■ • • 


87 . 261 


• ■ ■ 


■ • • 


• . . 


415 


S 


—0 36.66 


—I 27 6 


88.976 


C. C. 0. 349 


" 831.55 


"26 7 57.3 


416 


L 


— 36.66 


—I 26.8 


87.215 


• • • 


■ • • 


• • • 


417 


M 


—0 36.92 


—I 27.6 


87.261 


■ • • 


« • • 


I 
• • • 


418 S 


—I 8.19 


-2 7.3 


89.015 


C. C. 0. 354 


II 19 14.74 


— 99 26.6 


419 


M 


— I 8. II 


2 6.6 


88.029 


• • • 


... 


a • ■ 


420 s 


—I 48.85 


• • • 


89.015 


C. C. 0. 355 


" 19 55.63 


- 9 9 43.0 



210 



BOUTHEBN NEBULA. 



Number. 


Name. 


Observed 


1 No. 
1 Comp. 


Observed 


No. 
Comp. 


Magni- 
tude. 


Size. 

• 


1 

1 

Notes. 

1 

1 


1 

421 


Nova 


m. 


8. 
2.59 


20 


+» 


3.7 


2 


15.0 


0.1 


1 
1 


422 




—0 


1.54 


14 


+1 


34-6 


4 


15.5 


0.8 


R. dif 


423 


G. C, 2406 


+0 


41.00 


16 


40 


30.5 


2 


14.7 


0.2 


1 

1 
' 1 

1 


424 


• • ■ 


+0 


36.87 


9 


-K 


0.4 


4 


14.5 


0.3 


R.gbM 1 


425 


G. C. 241 1 


+0 


13.80 


8 


• 


■ ■ 





15-5 


3. X I- 


gbM, dif 

1 


426 


• • • 


— 


26.79 


4 


• 


• ■ 





• ■ • 


• • • 




427 


• • ■ 


— 


27.30 


3 


— I 


54.5 


I 


• ■ • 


• ■ ■ 


1 


428 


G. C. 2441 


—I 


0.94 


12 


—2 

V 


43-3 


4 


14.0 


14.0 


iR, vlbM 


429 


• • • 


—0 


43-44 


8 


• • 





■ ■ ■ 


• . • 


1 


— 430 


4 

Nova 


—0 


10.70 


4 


—2 


48.6 


I 


13-5 


I.O 


IE 170°, gbMN 


431 
432 


Copernicus, 
I, p. 50, 22 

■ • • 


— I 
— I 


53.76 
53-95 


12 
19 


+2 


23-4 
23.4 


3 
3 


14-5 
15.0 


0.8x0.4 
0.1 


E2o°,svlbMN 
bMN ' 


433 


Nova 


+0 


53.92 


3 


• 


■ • 





15.8 


1 .0x0.8 


E 90°, dif 1 


434 
435 


A. N. 2212, 

36 
G. C. 2554 


ft 

— X 


26.48 



3 


— 3 


7.6 


I 



14.5 

• • ■ 


0.4 

• • • 


iR, 


436 




I 


5908 


3 


-1-0 


49.7 


I 


• • • 


• • • 


1 


437 




• 


• 





+0 


45.5 


I 


12. 


2x1 


E 170°, dif 1 


438 


. . . 


' 


59.05 


9 


• 

• 


• • 





• ■ • 


• • • 




439 


G. C. 2557 


■ 


• • 





— 


48.4 


2 


13. 


1-3 


R. gbM 1 


440 




+1 


1.90 


6 


— 


48.1 


I 


• • • 


• • • 




441 




+' 


1.79 


9 


—0 


47.6 


4 


13.0 


1.0 


R, vglbM ' 


442 




— 


20.30 


3 


« 


■ • 


• • • 


• • ■ 


... 




443 




— 


20.08 


6 


—I 


43.2 


I 


• • • 


... 




444 




— 


20.36 


9 


• 


■ ■ 


. . . 


• • a 


... 




445 


G. C. 2570 


+2 


45.10 


2 


-H> 


5-9 


I 


14.0 


0.4 


E 100° -+-, bM 


446 




—2 


44.80 


3 


• 


• • 





"S 


0.4 


R.gbM 


447 




+2 


22.55 


2 


• 


• ■ 





• • ■ 


• • • 




448 


. . . 


+2 


17.35 


2 


• 


• • 





• ■ • 


• V • 




449 




+2 


1713 


3 


— 


4-2 


I 


• ■ • 


• • • 


• 


450 


G. C. 2586 


+3 


11.30 


8 


+1 


40.3 


2 


12.0 


0.7x0.4 


gvmbM ' 



SOUTHEBN NEBUL£. 



211 



• 


^' 


i- 


4) 


, a 


> 
U 


i 


it 

00 


s 


Xi 


Z 





421 


s 



1890.0 



422 M 

423 I s 

424 M 

435 s 

436 I S 



427 
428 



L 
M 



429 , M 

430 ' L 



431 
432 
433 
434 
435 
436 

437 

438 

439 
440 

441 

442 

443 



M 

P 
M 
M 
L 
L 
M 
M 
S 
L 
M 
S 
L 



444 M 



445 
446 

447 
448 

449 
450 



L 
M 
L 
L 
M 
P 



Aa 



m. 8. 

+0 2.59 

— o 1.54 

-|-o 41.00 

-fo 36.88 

-|-o 13.80 

— o 26.80 

-o 27.30 

— I o.^ 

43-44 
10.70 

—I 53-77 

~i 5396 



JrJ 



ff 



— I 59- >o 

• a • 

— I 59.06 

• • • 

+1 1.90 

+1 1.79 

— o 20.30 
— o 20.08 



20.36 

+2 45-15 

+2 44-85 

-\-2 22.58 

+2 17-36 

-\-2 17.16 

+3 "-33 



+2 3.8 

+1 34.6 

+0 30.5 

-fo 0.4 



— 1 54.6 

—2 43-4 

. • • 

—2 48.8 

+2 33.6 

+2 23.5 

• • . 
—2 7.6 

... 

-|-o 49.6 

+0 45-6 

■ • • 

— o 48.5 
— o 48.0 
— o 47.6 

• « • 

— I 43-2 

■ • • 

+0 5-8 



• • • 



4-4 
+1 40.4 



Epoch 
1800+ 



89.004 
87.938 
89.004 

87-965 
89.015 

89.015 

87.286 

88.204 

88.204 

87.152 

88.122 

89.029 

88.122 

87.207 

87.084 

87.084 

87.207 

87.207 

88.223 

87.201 

88.053 

87.322 

87.201 

88.053 

87.146 

87.166 

87.146 

87.146 

87.166 

89.081 



Comp. Star. 



DM. 3360 
C. C. O. 353 
DM. 3360 
C. C. O. 353 
C. C. O. 354 
C. C. O. 355 

• ■ • 

C. C. O. 357 

C. C. O. 358 

Wash. Cat. 4946 

C. C. O 361 

V • ■ 

Copernicus,!, 

p. 50. 22 
C. C. O. 362 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 368 



1890.0 



a 



C. C. O. 365 



C. C. O. 367 



C. C. O. 363 



• • • 



C. C. O. 364 
C. C. O. 366 



h. m. N. 

18 0.6 

18 8.69 

18 0.6 

18 8.69 

19 14.74 

19 55.63 

• • • 

26 42.93 

27 0.53 

31 6.20 

3445-87 

• • • • 

32 52.11 

39 29.32 

42 56 

43 28.90 



u 4 



I 23.12 



n 42 45.72 



Anon. 



II 40 55.12 



II 41 17.64 
II 41 23.17 



II 42 17 



d 

O / // 

—13 17.1 
—13 15 173 

—13 17. X 

-13 15 17.3 

— 9 9 26.6 

— 99 43-0 

• • • 

-^13 40 59.3 
—13 34 43-6 

— 9 II 38.4 
— 10 4 12.0 

• ■ • 

— 10 1 48.4 
— 16 II 27.1 

. . • 
—16 15 25.4 



-10 



10 



20 



»9 



16.2 



22.8 



—28 40 3.0 

• • • 

—28 44 37.7 
—28 40 1.8 

• • • 

-28 13 



212 



SOUTHERN NEBULiE. 




452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 

459 
460. 

461 

462 

463 
464 

465 
466 

467 

468 

469 
470 

471 

473 

473 

474 

475 
476 

477 
478 

479 
480 



G. C. 2586 



G. C 



G. C 



G. C 



Nova 



G. C 



G. C 



G. C 



26x6 



2665 



2706 



2720 



2721 



2726 



Observed 

Ja, 


• 

. 0. 
P 

12 


m. 
—0 


42^23 


—4 


2735 


8 


+0 


3.17 


12 


+0 


3-i8 


8 


-0 


5.10 


12 


— 


5.16 


8 


— I 


25.90 


9 


— I 


25.78 


9 


+4 


33-05 


8 


+3 


38.71 


8 


• 


• • 





-fo 


3404 


12 


-^ 


15.97 


15 


+2 


41-65 


8 


+2 


41.53 


II 


+1 


0.29 


15 


+0 


48.31 


8 


+0 


33.77 


8 


-H> 


• 

5.10 


8 


— I 


33.29 


8 


+0 


30.56 


16 


— 


0.91 


16 


— 2 


43.23 


6 


—3 


25.72 


6 


-fo 


35.42 


16 


-+0 


4-03 


16 


— 2 


38.35 


6 


—3 


20.67 


6 


-+0 


44.09 


3 


— I 


52.47 


3 



Observed 



+3 59.3 

-I 49.8 

4-2 3.7 

+2 5.8 

+2 56.9 

+2 58.0 

— I 4.1 

— I 4.8 

—3 25.15 

■ • « 

—3 i.i 



I 49.9 
I 48.7 



—I 53.9 

• • • 

+4 26.7 

+3 198 

—I 50.3 

* • . 

+3 57.7 

+2 49-6 

—2 53-6 





1 






•p* 




. a 


c ^ 




P 





Size. 




/ 


4 


12. 


0.8x0.4 


3 


■ • • 


• • • 


4 


15.0 


0.3 


4 


14.0 


0.4 


4 


• • • 


• • • 


4 


• V • 


• • • 


2 


12.5 


pS 


4 


13.0 


0.3 


3 


14.0 


0.1 





• • • 


« ■ • 


2 


13.5 


0.8 





• • ■ 


• • « 





• a • 


V • • 


2 


15.0 


0.2 


2 


15.0 


0.6x0.3 





• • • 


• • • 





■ ■ • 


■ • « 





• • • 


a • • 





• • ■ 


• a • 





• • • 


a • • 


2 


".5 


0.3 





• • • 


a a « 


2 


13. 


0.3 


2 


• • • 


• • • 


2 


12.0 


0.2 





• • • 


• a • 


2 


13. 


0.3 


2 

t 


• • • 


a • a 





• a « 

15. 


a • • 

0.3 



Notes. 



Ei30^ 

R, bMN 
R,gbM 



pE 40°, gbsbMN 
IE 80°, gbMN 

sbMstellN 1 

1 
I 

R, gvlbMstellN 



rr, bMstellN 
E 75°. dif 



sbMN 



R, vgbMN 



sbMN 



iR, gbMN 



SOUTHERN NEBULA. 



213 



• 

u 

B 

s 


• 

u 
> 

s 


i89( 


>.o 


Epoch 
i8oo+ 


Comp. Star. 


i8< 

* 

a 


^.0 


451 


M 


m. 8. 
—0 43.23 


+3 59.4 


88.201 


Anon. 


h. m. s. 
II 46 10 


f ff 
—28 16 


452 


P 


—4 37-39 


—I 49.8 


89.081 


W. Arg. 9552 


II 49 55.16 


—28 9 49.3 


453 


L 


+0 317 


+2 3-8 


87.281 


C. C. 0. 371 


II 49 0.30 


—13 23 54-3 


454 


M 


+0 3.18 


+2 5-9 


88.031 


• ■ • 


• • • 


• ■ ■ 


455 


L 


'—0 5.10 


+2 57.0 


87.281 


C. C. 0. 372 


II 49 8.61 


-13 24 46.3 


456 


M 


—0 5.16 


+2 58.1 


88.031 


... 


• • ■ 


• « • 


457 


L 


—I 25.90 


—I 4.1 


87-319 


C. C. 0. 380 


" 56 23.35 


—17 12 45.2 


458 


M 


—I 25.78 


—I 4.7 


88.029 


> • • 


... 


• . . 


459 


S 


+4 33 -lo 


—2 33.5 


89.026 


C. Cat. 16408 


" 55 23.34 


—25 52 2.6 


460 


S 


+3 38.76 


« » • 


89.026 


C. C. 0. 379 


II 56 17.78 


25 51 33-8 


461 


M 


. . . 


-3 1.3 


88.127 


... 


• • • 


• • • 


463 


S 


+0 34.05 


• • • 


89.026 


Anon. 


II 59 22 


• • ■ 


463 


M 


—0 15.98 


• • • 


88.127 


C. C. 0. 382 


12 12.42 


—26 20.1 


464 


S 


+2 41.68 


—I 50.2 


89.009 


C. Cat. 16454 


" 57 32.73 


—28 38 57.2 


465 


M 


+2 41-55 


—I 48.9 


88.204 


• 
• • • 


■ • • 




466 


S 


... 




89.010 


Anon. 


" 59 H 




467 


S 


. • . 




89.010 


Anon. 


II 59 26 




468 


s 


. . . 




89.010 


Anon. 


II 59 40 




469 


s 


• • • 




89.010 


Anon. 


12 5 




470 


s 


• • • 




89.010 


Anon. 


12 I 42 




471 


s 


+0 30.57 


I 53-9 


89.007 


Anon. 


12 31 


—29 7 


472 


s 


—0 0.91 


* 
• • • 


89.007 


Anon. 


12 I 8 


... 


473 


M 


—2 43.20 


+4 27.4 


87'. 23 1 


C.C. 0. 384 


12 3 44.93 


—29 13 18.6 


474 


M 


-3 25.72 


+3 20.3 


87.231 


Anon. 


12 4 27 


— 29 12 


475 


s 


+0 35-43 


-I 50.4 


89.007 


Anon. 


12 31 


—29 7 


476 


s 


■ ■ • 


• • « 


89.007 


Anon. 


12 1 3 


• ■ • 


477 


M 


—2 38.33 


+3 58.3 


87.231 


C. C. 0. 384 


»2 3 44-93 


— 29 13 18 6 


478 


M 


—3 20.65 


+2 ^o.i 


87.231 


Anon. 


12 4 27 


1 
— 29 12 


479 


L 


-fo 44- xo 


-2 53.7 


87.073 


Anon. 


12 50 


—13 32 


480 

1 


L 


• . • 


■ • • 


87.073 


Anon. 


12 3 26 


... 



214 



SOUTHERN NEBULA. 



B 



481 
482 

483 
484 

486 

487 
488 
489 
490 
491 
492 

493 

494 

495 
496 

497 
498 

499 
500 
5or 
502 

503 
504 
505 
506 

507 
S08 

509 
510 



Name. 



G. C 

Nova 
G. C 
G. C 



G. 



G. 



G. 



G. 



G. 



G. 



2726 



2917 
3014 



3034 



3092 



313* 



3132 



3161 



3162 



Observed 
da. 


No. 
Comp. 


m. 

—3 


B. 
12.12 


3 


—3 


".43 


3 


+0 


6.78 


10 


+2 


2.20 


13 


+' 


16.09 


4 


+1 


16.14 


6 


+' 


13.48 


4 


+1 


13.60 


6 


-fo 


42.29 


6 


1 


8.40 


4 


+1 


16.36 


16 


+1 


15.60 


19 


— 


5 36 


8 


+0 


57.72 


5 


+0 


57-55 


9 


+0 


57.14 


5 


+0 


56.92 


9 


+0 


14.83 


3 


1 


7.18 


6 


1 


6.38 


6 


1 


46.80 


6 


1 


46.08 


6 


+2 


19-13 


3 


^0 


25.15 


6 


— 


25.20 


3 





29.16 


6 


— 


29.10 


3 


+» 


19.13 


3 





25.39 


6 


— 


25.20 


3 



Observed 
Jd. 


4^ 


/ t' 




— 21.2 


I 


— 22.8 


I 


+4 36.7 


2 


— 8.9 


4 


+3 38.4 


I 


• . • 





+1 32.5 


I 


+1 30.0 


2 


+1 21.8 


I 


—I 1.4 


I 


-4 27.2 


4 


—4 26.2 


2 


+1 14.2 


4 


—I 12.7 


2 


— I 12.4 


2 


—I II. 5 


2 


• • • 





• • • 





—2 18.3 


2 


— 2 19.0 


2 


— 1 51.0 


2 


—1 51.6 


2 


+1 2.3 


I 


—I 36.0 


I 


—I 32.1 


I 


• • • 





• • • 





• • • 





• • • 





+2 43.6 


1 



c • 

KfJi 



Size. 



Notes. 



14. 

15.5 
pF 

13.5 



14. 
14.5 



II. o 



14.0 



14. 
15.0 



0.6x0.4' Ei3o°,8vmbMN] 

1 

3. X0.61 E i8o°,gvlbM 
0.5x0.4 I E 190^ 
0.8x0.3 ' 



0.6x0.4 ' E 140°, gsmbM 
o. 



13 



1.5x0.4 



8 



I 



R,gbM 



0.8x0.4 
0.5 X0.2 



0.8x0.3 



vgsvmbM 



R, sbMstellN 



vmE, bMN 



E65^ 
E 40' 



E 70°, psbM 



SOUnSSBN NEBtTLA. 



215 



• 

u 

B 
481 


f Observer. 


d 


1890.0 


Epoch 
1800+ 


Comp. Star. 


i8< 
a 


^.0 


da 

8. 
12.12 


Ad 




m. 
—3 


—0 21.5 


87.073 


C. C. 0. 385 


h, m. B' 
12 4 46.06 


f ff 
—13 34 1.5 


482 


M 


—3 


12.44 


—0 22.6 


87.209 


■ • • 


• . . 


... 


483 


M 


+0 


6.78 


+4 36.9 


87.231 


Anon. 


12 4 27.25 


—29 12 II. 7 


484 

1 


L 


+» 


2.18 


—0 9.0 


87.374 


c. c. 0. 3S7 


12 16 46.31 


—18 10 ao.o 


485 


L 


+« 


16.10 


+3 386 


87.130 


C. C. 0. 388 


12 22 19.96 


—22 37 16.6 


486 


M 


+« 


16.15 


• • • 


87 . 229 


... 


• • • 


... 


487 


L 


+1 


13.49 


+1 32.6 


87.130 


C. C. 0. 389 


12 22 22.99 


23 35 6.4 


488 


M 


+x 


13.61^ 


+1 30-0 


87.21a 


» • • 


... 


. ■ . 


j 489 


M 


+0 


42.29 


+1 21.8 


87.212 


C. C. 0. 390 


12 24 20.28 


—11 I 40.1 


1 

490 


M 


1 


8.40 


—I 1.4 


87.212 


Anon. 


12 26 II 


—10 59 


491 


L 


+1 


16.36 


4 27.3 


87.491 


C. C. 0. 392 


12 28 33.94 


- 3 6 46.8 


492 


M 


+1 


15.61 


-4 26.3 


88.053 


« • • 


• • ■ 


• • 


493 


M 


— 


536 


+1 14.2 


88.053 


Anon. 


12 29 55 


3 12 


494 

1 


L 


-+« 


57-72 


— I 12.7 


87.281 


C. C. 0. 395 12 33 1.89 


— 4 43 10.4 


495 


M 


+0 


57-56 

• 


— I 12.4 


88.031 


■ • • 


• • • 


• . . 


496 


L 


-H> 


57.14 


—I II. 5 


87.281 


W. Cat. 5373 


12 33 I -.89 


- 4 43 7.8 


497 


M 


-h> 


56.92 


• • • 


88.031 


... 


• • • 


■ • • 


498 

1 


S 


-Hj 


14.83 


• • • 


87.261 


DM. 3524 


12 34 3.1 


—II 2.6 


499 


S 


— I 


7.18 


—2 18.3 


87.261 


C. C. 0. 397 


12 35 23.34 


—10 58 49.2 


500 


L 


— I 


6.38 


—2 19. 1 


87.344 


• a • 


• * ■ • 


• • • 


501 


S 


— I 


46.81 


— I '51. 1 


87.166 


C. C. 0. 399 


12 36 3.06 


—10 59 17.1 


502 


L 


— I 


46.08 


—I 51.7 


87.338 


. . . 


• • a 


• • • 


503 


M 


-H» 


19.14 


+1 2.3 


87.166 


C. C. 0. 396 


12 34 25.47 


— 6 27 24.8 


504 


L 


—0 


25.15 


—I 36.0 


87.226 


C. C. 0. 401 


12 37 9.60 


— 6 24 49.1 


505 


M 


— 


25.20 


—I 32.2 


87.166 


• • • 


« • • 


... 


506 


L 


— 


29.16 


• • • 


87.226 


C. C. 0. 40a 


'2 37 13.58 


— 6 23 7.7 


507 


M 


— 


29.10 


■ • • 


87.166 


... 


• • • 


... 


508 


M 


+' 


19.14 


■ • • 


87.166 


C. C. 0. 396 


" 34 25.47 


— 6 27 24.8 


509 


L 


—0 


25.39 


• • • 


87.226 


C. C. 0. 401 


12 37 9.60 


— 6 24 49.1 


5»o 


M 


—0 


25.20 


+2 43.7 


87.166 


■ • • 


... 


... 



216 



SODTHEBN NEBDLX. 



Number. 


Name. 


• 

Observed 
Ja. 


.1 
-5 c" Observed 


No. 
Comp. 


Magn t- 
1 tude. 


1 

Size. 


1 
1 

• Notes. ' 

1 


1 
5" 


G. C. 3162 


m. 
—0 


sg.iS 


6 




9f 

1-7 


I 


13-5 


0.4x0.2 


E 45°, sbMN 1 


5" 


• • • 


—0 


39.10 

• 


3 i +1 


S-8 


I 


... 


« 


% 


1 

1 


513 


G. C. 3202 


+« 


52.18 


4 : 

1 


■ ■ 





... 


• 


• 


1 

i 


5M 


• • ■ 


+0 


50.27 


9 ! —0 


O.I 


4 


12.5 





■3 


R, SbMN 

1 


515 


• • ■ 


+0 


50.32 


4 i 


0.0 


2 


13- 





4 


R, sbMstellN 

1 


516 


• • • 


— I 


51 17 


3 1 - 


. . 





• • • 


• < 


• 


1 


517 


G. C. 3227 


+' 


1753 


3 —2 


52.8 


I 


10. 


0, 


.8 


vlE85^pbgbM 

1 


518 


• • • 


—0 


38.91 


;" +1 


21-7 


5 


• « • 




• 


gbsbMN 1 


519 


• • • 


—0 


38.98 


6;+i 


21.9 


2 

1 


• ■ • 


• « 


• 


I 

t 


520 


G. C. 3229 -fo 


56.41 


16 — 2 

1 


39-1 


1 

2 


■ • • 


• • 


• 


1 


521 


... 1—0 

1 


20.71 


4 

1 

1 


. • 


' 

1 


10. 


I. 





gbMstellN 


532 


. . . —0 


20.66 


16 — 


39.3 

1 


2 


... 

1 


• • 


a 


1 


523 


G. C. 3262 


—I 


• 

25-05 


3|-' 


1 
10. 1 


1 

I 


10.5 


0. 


3 


R,vmbMstellN 

1 


524 


• • • 


— I 


25-33 


3 


—I 


II. 6 


I 


10. 


. . 


• 


Neb* 


52s 


• • ■ 


— I 


59-38 


3 


• 


. . 


' 


9.0 


0. 


4 


R, svmbMN 


526 


• • « 


-3 


3.18 


3 —I 


6.3 1 


I 


. . . 1 


• a 


a 


1 


527 


G C. 3273 


—0 


32.55 


9 


+3 


7-7 

1 


2 

1 


13- 


I. 


s 


1 
R, gvlpmsbMN 


528 


• • • 


—0 


32.30 


12 


+3 


7.9 


1 
2 


II. 6 


I. 


6 


gvmbMN 1 


529 


• • • 


— 


4383 


9 


— I 


58.8 


2 


• • • 


• • 


■ 


1 


530 


• • • 


—0 


43 90 


24 


— I 


59-7 


2 


• • • 


• ■ 


• 




531 


G. C. 5674 


-1^ 


10.87 


3 


+3 


57.3 


2 


H- 


0, 


3 


R, gbM 


532 


• • • 


+0 


10.85 


3 


• 


• « 





... 


. . 


• 




533 


• • • 


+0 


10.80 


3 


+3 


58.2 


I 


12.5 





•4 


R, SbMN 


534 


• * 9 


— 


6.00 


2 


—3 


37.6 


2 


V • • 


• 


a 

• 


1 


535 


• • • 


— 


6.47 


3 


—3 


33-5 


I 


■ • ■ 


a 


ft ■ 




536 


• ■ • 


— 


40.47 


3 


• 


• • 





• • ■ 


• 


a 


1 

1 


537 


■ • • 


— 


40.44 


3 


• 


• • 





12.0 




1 


•4 


R, spmbMN 


538 


■ • • 


— I 


44-23 


3 


-3 


29.7 


I 


• • • 


1 . 


• a 


1 


539 


G. C. 3292 


+1 


26.93 


3 


+1 


20.3 


I 


• a • 


I 

1 . 


a ■ 




1 

540 

1 


a • ■ 


L+'_ 


26.77 


3 


• 


• • 


i 

1 


■ • • 


• 


a a 





SOUTHEBN NEBULA. 



217 



Number. 


• 

t 

ja 


L 


1890.0 


Epoch 
1800+ 


Comp. Star. 


1890.0 




Ja 


Jd 


a 

h. m. B. 
" 37 13.58 


d 


5" 


m. 
— 


39.25 

• 


+1 


1-7 


87.226 


C. C. 0. 402 


* ft 
— 6 23 7.7 


512 


M 


— 


29.10 


4-1 


S-8 


87.166 


• • • 


• • V 


• . . 


513 


M 


+x 


52.19 


• 


V • 


88.204 


DM. 3634 


12 38 14.3 


— 6 32 27.5 


5H 


L 


-h> 


50.27 


—0 


O.I 


87.226 


Anon. 


12 39 17 


— 6 27 


515 


M 


-H 


50.32 





0.0 


88.204 


• • • 


... 


• ■ . 


516 


L 


— I 


51.18 


• 


■ • 


87.226 


C. C. 0. 405 


12 41 58.34 


— 6 32 14.3 


517 


M 


+' 


17-53 


— 2 


52.8 


87.201 


DM. 3555 


12 41 37.8 


— 5 9-4 


518 


L 


—0 


38.91 


+1 


21.7 


87.330 


C. C. 0. 408 


12 43 34.16 


— 5 13 24.2 


519 


M 


—0 


38.98 


+ 1 


21.9 


87.201 


. • ■ 


... 


. . • 


520 


L 


-H> 


56.41 


— 2 


39- » 


87.497 


C. C. 0. 406 


12 42 23.52 


— 8 I 17.9 


521 


S 


—0 


20.71 


• 


• • 


89.099 


C. C. 0. 409 


12 43 40.92 


- 8 4 35.1 


522 


L 


-—0 


20.66 —0 


39-3 


87.497 


• • • 


... 


» • • 


523 


S 


— I 


25.05 


—I 


II. 6 


87.223 


C. C. 0. 414 


12 47 29.95 


— 9 50 II. 8 


524 


M 


— I 


25.34 


— X 


10. 


87.209 


... 


• • • 


• a • 


525 


L 


— I 


59-40 


• 


• • 


87.073 


DM. 3578 


12 48 3.5 


9 54.9 


526 


L 


—3 


3-18 


~i 


6.7 


87.073 


M8649 


12 49 7.44 


9 50 15.5 


527 


L 


—0 


32.55 


+3 


7.8 


87.385 


C. C. 0. 412 


12 47 16.04 


39 13.7 


528 


P 


^0 


32.30 


+3 


7.7 


89.029 


... 


■ • • 


• . • 


529 


L 


—o 


43.83 


— I 


58.9 


87.385 


C. C. 0. 413 


12 47 27.58 


034 6.3 


530 


P 


— 


43.90 


— I 


59.7 


89.029 


• ■ ■ 


• • • 


• • • 


531 


S 


+0 


10.87 


+3 


57-4 


87.223 


C. C. 0. 411 


12 47 12.78 


9 57 47-6 


532 


L 


-+<» 


10.85 


• 


• • 


87.073 


• • • 


• • • 


. • • 


533 


M 


-H> 


10.80 


+3 


58.3 


87.209 


• a • 


• a V 


... 


534 


S 


— 


6.00 


—3 


37-7 


87.223 


C. C. 0. 414 


12 47 29.95 


— 9 50 1 1. 8 


535 


M 


— 


6.47 


—3 


33.6 


87.209 


• • • 


... 


• • • 


536 


S 


—0 


40.47 


• 


» • 


87.223 


DM. 3578 


12 48 3.5 


— 9 54 9 


537 

. ♦ 


L 


—0 


40.44 


■ 


• • 


87 073 


... 


• • • 


• • • 


538 


L 


— I 


44.24 


—3 

1 


30.0 


87.073 


M8649 


12 49 7.44 


— 9 50 15 5 


539 


S 


+1 


1 
26.93 ' +1 

1 


20.2 


87.223 


C. C. 0. 411 


12 47 12.78 


— 9 57 47.6 


540 


L 


+' 


26.79 


■ 


* . 


87.073 


■ • ■ 


• ■ • 


■ • • 



218 



80CTHEBN KEBULiB. 



B 

s 


1 

1 

Name. 


Observed 


• 

6 g 

1 

1 


Observed i 

1 


1 
Z 

I 


Magni- 
tude. 


Size. 


Notes. ; 

1 

1 


541 


G. C. 3292 


m. B. 
+1 27.10 1 


3 1 


1 
+1 25.0 j 


12.5 


3.5x1. 

• 


E no^ gbM 


543 


• • • 


+0 3560 


3 


• • • 





13-5 


1.5 X 1. 


E I20" 


543 


• • +0 35-39 


1 

3 1 —2 12.2 1 

1 


I 


13.0 


1.2x0.7 


E 135°. gvlbM 


544 


. . ■ 


— 27.00 


1 


—6 10.4 


I 


• . . 


• • • 




545 


G. C. 3293 


-3 53-88 


12 


-2 31.0 


2 


13-3 


0.5 


mbM , 


546 


G.*C. 3294 i ... 

1 


. -3 7-2 


2 1 13-3 

1 


0.5 


mbM 


• 547 


G. C. 3297 


+0 34.02 8 I 49-2 

• 


2 


13.0 


0.5 


bMN 1 


548 


. • • 


+0 34.06 


6 —I 49.6 


2 


14- 


0.3 


R, bMN 


549 


G. C. 3295 


-fi 40.56 


3 


—3 10.2 


I 


15- 


0.2 


R,bMN 


550 


• * • 


+1 40.53 


3 3 6.6 


I 


14-5 


0.1 


R, stell 

1 


551 


G. C. 3301 


• • • 


-I 5t.3 


1 
2 15. 


0.3 


IbM 


553 


G. C. 3316 


+2 37-70 


8 


+0 34.9 


2 


14.0 


0.2 


R, bMN 


553 


• « ■ 


+2 37-74 


6 


+0 34.3 


2 


»5.2 


0.2 


R, bMN 


554 


G. C. 3318 


+0 25.78 


II 


-I 45.4 


2 


13-5 


2.0x0.5 


E 5°, vgvlbM 


555 


+0 25.32 


27 1 -I 51.8 


2 


13.0 


1.2x0.4 


gbmN 1 


556 


... 


1 
-|-o 22.52 II ... 

1 1 




■ 


• • « 


• 1 


• 


1 


557 


• 1 
... —0 5.83 


I 


. • * 


' 


• • • 


• 


• 


I 
1 


558 


■ • • 


—2 21.54 


27 


+2 3.4 


2 


• • • 


■ 


■ • 


1 


559 


G. C. 3320 -f3 30.73 


16 


-I 9.7 


! 2 
1 


X3-7 




1 


•4 


bM 


560 


. . . +1 21.68 


16 —3 7.8 


2 


• • • • 


• 


1 • 


1 

1 


561 


A. N. 2347,9, +0 1.80 


2 ... 





• • • 


1 

1 
• 


■ 


1 
1 


562 


• • • 


-0 7.65 


20 1 +3 35.4 

1 


2 
1 


14.0 





-4 


glbM 


563 


• • » 


—0 14.40 

1 


4 


+1 45.9 


4 


H- 





3 


R, sbMN 


564 


1 
... j —0 14.12 


24 


+1 50.8 


1 
2 


• • » 


1 • 


• 


1 

1 


565 


A.N.2439,26 —I 53.65 


12 


—0 50.6 


1 
2 


12.0 

1 





,1 


.mbMN 


566 


—2 27.34 


12 


-0 34. » 


1 2 


. • • 


1 

• 


m 


1 


567 


G. C. 3345 +1 19.73 


16 


-0 53.4 


2 


15-5 





.1 


I 
1 


568 


... ' +1 19.67 


20 


—0 50.8 


2 


15.0 





.1 


bM 

1 


569 


G. C. 3338 1 -j-o 33.60 


2 


-|-o 20.7 


! I i . . . 

1 


• 1 


p • 


1 


570 


• . • +0 33-95 


1 
9 1 -|-o 21.8 

1 


1 4 : 13-5 


0.8x0.5 


E 5°, gbM 



SOUTHERN NEBULA. 



219 



Number. 


• 

U 

t: 

(0 


M 


• 


1890.0 

Ja Ad 


Epoch 
1800+ 


1 
Com p. Star. 


1890.0 


a 


^ 


541 


m. 


8. 
27.10 




ft 
25.0 


1 

1 87.209 C. C. 0. 411 

, 1 


h- m. 8. 
12 47 12.78 


Q ff t 

~ 9 57 47.6 


542 


S 


-h> 


35.60 


. 


. • 


87.223 


DM. 3578 


12 48 3-5 


9 54-9 


543 


L 


+0 


3540 


—2 


12.3 


87 073 


• • • 


• • « 


• « • 


544 


L 


—0 


27.00 


—6 


10.8 


87.073 


M8649 


12 49 7.44 


- 9 50 15-5 


54S 


P 


-3 


S3 '9^ 


— 2 


31. 1 


89.092 


C. C. 0. 425 


12 52 41. II 


"11 58 51.5 


546 


P 


• 


• m 


-3 


7-4 


89.092 


C. C. 0. 425 


12 52 41. I I 


-»» 58 51.5 


547 


S 


■+0 


34.02 


—I 


49-3 


89.100 


C. C. 0. 415 


12 48 16.68 


- 6 13 55.2 


548 


L 


+0 


3405 


—I 


49.8 


87.319 


■ • » 


• a • 


• • • 


549 


L 


+' 


40- 57 


-3 


10.3 


87.073 

1 


C. C. 0. 411 


12 47 12.78 


~ 9 57 47-6 


550 


M 


+1 


40.54 


3 


6.7 , 

1 


87.209 


... 


• • • 


.... 


55 > 


P 


• 


• • 

1 


• 


» • 


89.092 


C. C. 0. 424 


>2 52 35-70 


-12 643.3 


55a 


S 


+» 


37 73 


40 


34-9 


89.100 


C. C. 0. 415 


12 48 16.68 


- 6 13 55.2 


553 


L 


+> 


37-74 


+0 


34-4 


87.292 


... 


... 


... 


554 


M 


-h> 


35 78 


— I 


45-4 


87.387 


C. C. 0. 419 


12 50 40.54 


- 7 53 57-5 


555 


P 


-h> 


25.32 


— 1 


51. 8 


89.037 


... 


• • • 


■ • • 


556 


M 


• 


• • 


• 


• 


87.335 


Anon. 


12 50 44 


• • • 


557 


M 


« 


• • 


• 


» ■ 


87 -335 


Anon. 


12 51 12. 


• • • 


558 


P 


—2 


21.56 


+' 


3-4 


89-037 


C. C. 0. 428 


12 53 27.83 


— 7 57 49.8 


559 


P 


+3 


30.75 


— I 


9.8 


89.103 


DM. 3714 


12 47 55-6 


13 3-0 


560 


P 


+« 


21.69 


-3 


7.9 


89.103 


C. C. 0. 417 


12 50 4-55 


—13 1 2.8 


561 


M 


-H> 


1.80 


• 


* . 


87.146 


C. C. 0. 420 


12 51 35.80 


19 7 47.5 


562 


P 


—0 


7.65 


+3 


35-6 


89-234 


C. C. 0. 421 


X2 5» 45-39 


— 19 9 22.9 


563 


M 


—0 


14.40 


+1 


46.0 


87.046 


C. C. 0. 422 


12 51 52.19 


-19 7 35-3 


564 


P 


—0 


14.12 


+1 


50.9 


89.234 


> • « 


• • • 


« • • 


565 


P 


— 1 


53 65 


—0 


50.6 


89.256 


C. C. 0. 434 


12 55 26.30 


—12 37 25.2 


566 


P 


—2 


27 -34 


—0 


34-2 


89-256 


Anon. 


12 56 


—12 38 


567 


S 


+' 


19-74 


— 


53.4 


89.018 


C. C. 0. 427 


12 53 18.69 


— 5 29 47.8 


568 


P 


+1 


19.67 





50.8 


89-234 


• « • 


• . . 


* . • 


569 


L 


-H> 


33.60 


-H> 


20.7 


87.130 C. C. 0. 429 


12 54 5.16 


—14 41 48.6 


570 


M 


■+0 


33.95 


+0 


21.8 


88.122 

1 
1 


• • • 


• ■ . 
1 


• 
• » • 



220 



SOOTHEBN NEBCLX. 



■ 

B 


Name. 
G. C. 3338 


Observed 
Ja. 


• 

a 

4 


Observed 
—I 56.5 


• 

I 


• 

• ■ » 


Size. 


Notes. 1 

• 




571 


m. 


s. 
8.31 


... 


1 




572 


• • « 


40 


8.45 


6 


■ 


• • 





■ • • 


• • • 


' 


573 


G. C. 3350 


+1 


3590 


»5 


-h> 


.48.9 


2 


15.5 


0.1 


1 


574 


. . . •■ 


+• 


36.05 


20 


+0 


55-7 


2 


150 


0.1 


bM 

1 


575 


G. C. 3352 


— I 


52.47 


4 


« 


• 
• ■ 





14.5 


0.8 


iR, dif 


576 


• . • 


—2 


6.78 


6 


—0 


24.6 


X 


14.8 


0.4 


R.gbM 


577 


• a • 


— 2 


6.31 


4 


—0 


24.7 


2 


. • > 


• • '• 




1 


578 


G. C. 3358 


-h> 


8.46 


10 


-fo 


47 


4 


14. 


IS 


gIbM ' 


579 


• ■ ■ 


-h> 


8.43 


16 


+0 


46.9 


4 


14. 


0.4 


bMN 1 


58P 


• • • 


+0 


5.16 


8 


■ 


• m 





• • • 


• . > 






581 


• • • 


-H> 


524 


15 


— I 


22.5 


4 


• • • 


• . > 


1 
1 


582 


G. C. 3366 


— I 


3-50 


12 


• 


• • 





12.5 


0.4 


R, bMstellK 


583 


. > . 


— I 


17.35 


6 


+4 


27.5 


I 


12.0 


0.2 


1 

R, gbsbMstellN, 

1 


584 


• . • 


— I 


17.41 


12 


+4 


25.5 


2 


« • • 


• • • 


1 


585 


Nova 


—0 


23.42 


9 


+3 


41. 1 


2 


13.5 


O.I 


R. sbMN 




586 


• • • 


—0 


33.52 


20 


+3 


41.8 


2 


14.5 


0.3 


IbM i 


587 


G. C. 3378 


-h> 


35.04 


8 


+3 


17.0 


2 


'3; 


0.5 


iR, mbM 




588 


• 
• • • 


-fo 


35.13 


20 


+3 


18.0 


2 


13.0 


0.5 


IbMN 




589 


G. C. 3383 


• 


. • 





+1 


56.4 


3 


* > ■ 


. • • • 


t 


590 


G. C. 3397 


—I 


9.42 


3 


+« 


4.5 


I 


• • . 


. • • 


1 
1 


591 


• • • 


—I 


9.44 


12 


+« 


5-2 


3 


10. 


I.53CO.3 


R, vgsvmbMN 




593 


G. C. 3420 


—4 


17.54 


6 


—3 


10. 


2 


13. 


0.4 


R, SbMN 




593 


G. C. 3430 


• 


• • 





3 


7.0 


3 


vF 


■ • • 


1 


594 


• • • 


-h> 


4.12 


12 


3 


7.1 


2 


'2.5 


0.8 


1 
R. vgmsbM ' 


595 


• • • 


+0 


4.40 


17 


3 


9.6 


2 


13-7 


0.8 


R, IbMN 


596 


• • • 


— I 


42.30 


17 


— I 


18.2 


2 


• ■ • 


• • ■ 




597 


G. C. 3477 


—0 


10.46 


12 


+0 


17.4 


4 


"•5 


0.2 


R, SbMN ! 


598 


• • • 


—0 


10.50 


15 


+0 


17.4 


6 


12.5 


0.4 


R, SbMN 




599 


Nova 


—3 


42.85 


12 


+0 


24.1 


2 


13-5 


0.4 


R, dif 




600 


• • « 


—4 


0.46 


12 


• 


• « 





■ . • 


. • . 




1 



SOUTHEBN KEBCL£. 



221 



Number. 


Observer. 


i 


1890.0 


1 

1 


Epoch 
1800-I- 


Comp. Star. 




18 

a 


90.0 


Ja 


JrJ 


S 


571 


L 


m. 


n. 1 
8.31 


— I 


56.6 


87.130 


C. C. 0. 430 


b. 
12 


m. s. 
54 30.25 


, 

14 39 27.8 


572 


M 


+0 


8.45 


• 


• 


88.122 


■ • • 




■ • • 


• • • 


573 


s 


+« 


35-91 


40 


49.0 


S9.ot8 


C. C. 0. 427 


12 


53 18.69 


— 5 29 47.8 


574 


P 


+' 


36.05 


40 


55-7 


89.234 


* ■ ■ 




• • • 4^ 


• » • 


575 


M 


—I 


52 -47 


• 


• • 


88.204 


C. C. 0. 437 


12 


56 51.21 


— 4 2 37.0 


576 


L 


— 2 


6.79 


—0 


24.8 


87.136 


C. C. 0. 438 


12 


57 5 12 


— 4 I 6.8 


577 


M 


— 2 


6.32 


— 


24.7 


88.204 


. . . 

1 




• • • 


• • • 


578 


M 


■\o 


8.46 


4^ 


47 


88.053 


C. C. 0. 432 


12 


55 4-10 


1356 1.8 


579 


P 


+0 


8.43 


4^ 


46.9 


89.220 


• • • 




« * • 


* « • 


580 


M 


-1-0 


5.16 


• 


• • 


88.053 


' C. C. 0. 433 


12 


55 7-59 


13 53 43-8 


581 


P 


-H> 


5-24 


— I 


22.6 


89-305 


1 

1 ... 




• • • 


• • ■ 


582 


M 


— I 


3 50 


• 


• • 


88.204 


C. C. 0. 437 


12 


56 51-21 


4 2 37.0 


583 


L 


— I 


17.26 


+4 


27.6 


87.133 


C. C. 0. 438 


12 


57 5.12 


— 4 I 6.8 


; 584 


M 


— I 


17.41 


+4 


25.6 


88.204 


• • • 




■ • • 


• • • 


585 


M 


— 


23 -43 


+3 


41-3 


87-363 


C. C. 0. 439 


12 


57 4'. 61 


-29 55 37.8 


I 586 


P 


—0 


23-52 


+3 


42.3 


89.311 


• • • 




• • • 


• • • 


587 


M 


-h> 


35-05 


+3 


17.1 


87.360 


C. C. 0. 439 


12 


57 41 61 


29 59 27.8 


588 


P 


+0 


35-13 


+3 


18.4 


89.311 


• 

• ■ • 




• • • 


* ■ • 


589 


L 


« 


• 


+« 


56.5 


87 365 


C. C. 0. 440 


12 


59 0.42 


4 59 38.2 

■ 


590 


L 


— I 


9-43 


+1 


4-5 


87.122 


C. C. 0., 443 


13 


1 15.14 


- 7 26 55.8 


59^ 


M 


— I 


9 45 


+« 


5-2 


88.029 


• • • 




« • • 


. . . 


592 


M 


-4 


17-58 


—3 


10.3 


88.031 


e. c. 0. 449 


n 


7 25.59 


H 52 33-3 


593 


L 


• 


• • 


• 

-3 


71 


87.365 


C. C. 0. 444 


13 


3 52.77 


— 7 II 39.2 


594 

1 


M 


-fo 


4.12 


-3 


7.8 


87.229 






• ■ • 


. . . 


595 


P 


+0 


4-40 


1 -3 


9.9 


89 234 


■ * • 




• • • 


• . • 


596 


P 


— I 


42.30 


— 1 


18.2 


89 234 


C. C. 0. 446 


13 


5 39.5» 


- 7 13 32.0 


597 


L 

1 


— 


10.46 


-1^ 


17-5 


' 87.374 


C. C. 0. 454 


13 


12 14.04 


—26 15 43-3 


598 


1 

': M 


—0 


10.50 


+0 

1 


17-5 


88.201 


. . . 




• • • 


• • • 


599 


; M 


-3 


42.88 


-h' 


24.1 


88.201 


C. C. 0. 460 


13 


16 40.97 


-27 3 23.5 


600 


M 


, 4 

1 


0.49 


• 


• • 


88.201 


C. C. 0. 461 


n 


16 58.75 


-27 2 19.3 



222 



BOUTHEBN NEBDLX. 





Number. 


Name. 


Observed 

Ja 


No. 
1 Comp. 


1 Observed 


No. 
Comp. 


Magni- 
tude. 


1 

Size. 


1 
1 

NoteK. 




601 


G. C. 3486 


m. 

40 


32.33 


1 
9 


—0 


34-1 


2 

1 


i 

• • • 


. • . 

1 


» 




602 


Nova 


—0 


49-44 


3 




■ • 





; «s-8 


I.O 


iR. dif 




603 


• 


— I 


18.78 




i 


. •. 





• • • 


• a . 


1 


604 

: 605 


G. C. 34811 
... 


— 

— I 


39-47 
8.93 


' 9 

1 

6 




1 


0.0 

• • 


2 



13-5 

■ • • 


I .4X0.4 

• ■ • 


Fan shaped, E 
150'' & 35o^ gbM 


606 


G. C. 3494 


-h> 


38-12 


1 

1 


1 

1 

1 


• • 





12.S 


0.5 XO.4 


E I90^ IbM 


, ^ 


. . . 


-fo 


31-04 


9 


-h> 


27-7 


4 


. • • 


« • • 




60S 


G- C. 3503 


+. 


15-74 


9 


^ 


« 





"•5 


1.0 


R. sbMN 


609 


• • • 


-h> 


46.31 


9 


* 


• • 





• • • 


■ * • 




610 


L. M. 198 


-h> 


20.20 


12 


+^ 


31-9 


5 


14.3 


0.4 


IE, gbM 


611 


G. C. 3585 


-H> 


57- 10 


9 


—0 


390 


I 


13-5 


0.3 


R .^ gbsmbMN 


612 


• • • 


+0 


56.77 


3 


— 


39-6 


2 


13.5 


0.4 


R, gsbMN 


613 


■ • • 


+0 


14.00 


3 


. 


. • 





... 


• • • 


1 


1 614 


G. C. 3606 


— I 


22.40 


3 


— I 


35-0 


I 


. t . 


• • • 


vmb; vgbM 


6.5 


• • • 


— I 


22.38 


4 


— I 


32.9 


I 


II. 


0.2 


NvlE I85^ N ' 


1 616 


• • • 


— I 


22.38 


12 


— I 


3».8 


4 


II. 


... 




1 

617 

1 


G. C. 3676 


— 


30.10 


6 


— 


25.2 


2 


H- 


0.3 


R, gbMN 


618 


. • • 


—I 


24-25 


6 


+4 


45-6 


2 


. . . 


■ • ■ 


1 




619 


• • • 


— I 


23.97 


16 


+4 


44.0 


3 


14.0 


0.2 


gbM 


^9 3 -^ 620 


Nova 


+1 


53-93 


12 


+1 


46.1 


' 


14-7 


O.I 


gbM 


' 621 

! 


• • ■ 


+« 


6.77 


12 


* 


■ • 





• • • 


• 

■ • • 


1 


' 622 

1 


G. C 3697 


+2 


31.46 


12 


— 2 


20.8 


2 


H-3 


0.3 


1 

gbMN 


1^5 t-623 


Nova 


+2 


40.00 


8 


• 


m m 





14-7 


0.2 


gbM 


I 624 


• • • 


+1 


52.83 


8 


+« 


II. 4 


2 


• • • 


• ■ • 




^5 > r 625 


Nova 


+3 


4-43 


8 


■ 


. . 





H-7 


03 


gbM 


626 

1 


• • • 


+2 


17-44 


8 


+2 


35.0 


2 


- - - 






627 1 

1 


G. C. 3750 


— I 


35.79 


II 


+' 


7-6 


4 


MS 


0.2 


R, SbMN 

• 


628 ' 

1 


• • • 


— I 


35-97 


3 


+. 


2.1 


2 


13.0 


0.4 


R, gbMN 


1 629 1 


G. G. 3751 


— I 


34-58 


13 


+3 


25.1 


4 


14.2 


0.4 


R, sbMN 


630! 


• ■ a 


— I 


34.67 


3 


+3 


22.7 


I 


130 


1.5 


iR, gsmbMN 



^OUTllERN NEBUIiiE. 



at 



• 


jerver. 




1890.0 


_ _ ^ 1 


3 







1 


Ad 


6oi 


L 


m. 


• 

H. 

32 -33 


—0 


" 1 

34- » ; 

1 


602 


M 


• 


• • 


• 


• • 


603 


M 


• 


• • 


• 


• • 


604 


M 


— 


39-48 





0.0 


605 


M 


— I 


8.94 


• 


1 

t 

• • 1 


606 


M 


+0 


38.12 


• 


• » 1 

1 


607 


M 


-Hj 


3' -05 


+0 


27-7 


608 


M 


+« 


15-75 


• 


• ■ 


609 


M 


+0 


46.32 


■ 


• • 


610 


M 


+0 


20.20 


+4 


32.0 


611 


L 


+0 


57-13 


- 


38.9 


612 


M 


+0 


56.73 


— 


39-5 


613 


L 


-fo 


14.00 


• 


■ • 


614 


S 


— I 


22.48 


— I 


35-1 


615 


L 


L ^ 


22.40 


— I 


33 


616 


M 


— I 


22.37 


—I 


32-4 


617 


M 

1 


— 


30.10 


—0 


25.2 


618 


P 


I 


24.26 


+4 


45-7 


619 


P 


— I 


2399 


+4 


44-7 


620 


P 


• 


• • 


■ 


. . 1 


621 


P 


• 


• • 


• 


• • 


622 


•P 


+^ 


31-46 


—2 


21.2 


623 


P 


• 


• • 


. 


1 


624 


P 


+ ' 


52-84 


+. 


1 

II. 6 


625 


P 




• • 


■ 


• • 


626 


P 


+» 


«7'45 


+2 


35-3 


627 


L 


I 


35-78 


+1 


7-5 

1 


628 


M 




35 98 


+1 


2.0 


629 


L 


1 


34-59 


+3 


25.0 


630 


M 


I 


34-68 


+3 


22.7 



Epoch 

1800+ 



87.256 
88.127 
88.127 
88.127 
88.127 
88.053 
88.053 
88.127 
88.127 
87.229 

87.242 ! 

87.212 ! 

87.242 

87.166 

87.130 

88.064 

87 360 

87.360 

89-234 
89.324 

89.324 
89-324 

I 
I 

89.239 I 

89.239 i 

I 

89-239 I 
89- 239 

87527 
87.207 

87.527 
87.207 



Comp. Star. 



1890.0 



C. C. O. 455 
C. C. O. 458 
C. C. O. 459 
C. C. O. 458 
C. C. O. 459 
C. C. O. 456 
C. C. O. 457 
C. C. O. 458 
C. C. O. 459 
C. C. O. 462 
C. C. O. 466 

■ • * 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 468 



a 

h. m. 9. 
3 



3 10.76 

4 27.16 

4 56.79 
4 27 .t6 

4 56.79 
3 51-24 



3 13 57 97 
3 14 27.16 

3 14 56.79 
3 18 38.20 
3 26 30.12 

• ■ • 

3 27 

3 32 II. 81 



Anon. 

C. C. O. 472 

• ■ ■ 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 471 

C. C O. 471 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 471 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 471 

C. C. O. 477 



... 



C. C. O. 477 



3 47 9 
3 48 307 

■ • • 

3 46 45 
3 47 32.53 
3 47 32.53 
3 46 45 
3 47 32.53 
3 46 45 
3 47 32.53 
3 59 15.49 

• • • 

13 59 15.49 



—12 4 8.7 
—26 49 53.6 
—26 51 40.0 
—26 49 53.6 I 
—26 51 40.0 
— 20 2 29.0 
—19 59 II. 4 

—26 49 53.6 
—26 51 40.0 

— 9 31 21.5 

— o 27 36.0 



—29 16 46.3 



-27 56 
—28 I 31.6 

■ • • 

—29 46 
-29 44 28.5 
—29 44 28.5 
— 29 46 
-29 44 28.5 
—29 46 
—29 44 28.5 

- 5 33 27.8 

• • m 

- 5 33 27.8 



224 



SOUTHERN NEBULiG. 



Number. , 


Name. 

1 

: 


Observed 


• 

Z 

u 


Obsei ved 


No. i 
Comp. 


c c 


Size. 


Notes. 


631 


- 

G. C. 3775 


III. 

' +0 


8. 
9.00 


6 


1 
4 


20.0 


1 
3 


• m • 


• • • 


' 


632 


G. C. 3801 


+' 


37-99 


9 


— I 


18.7 


2 

1 


12.0 


0.4x0.2 


E 115°, pmbM 


633 


• • ■ 


, +1 


37-^1 


8 


— I 


19-5 


2 


12.5 


0.3 X0.2 


E 110°, vgsbMN 


634 


• ■ • 


+« 


38.03 


9 


— I 


18.8 


2 


• ■ • 


• • • 




635 


Nova 


,-3 


2. 10 


4 


-3 


19.2 


I 


15.0 


0.1 


K} 


636 


G. C. 3806 


1 

1 — I 

1 


19.62 


4' 


— 2 


38.1 


2 


13.0 


0.8x0.3 


E 90°, sbMN 


637 


• • • 


1 

— I 


20.25 


6 

1 


—2 


32.8 


2 

1 


14.0 


3. X0.4 


E 95°, gbM 


638 


• • • 


' — I 

1 


20.13 


8 


— 2 


37-9 


2 


15.0 


0.9x0.3 


Dif 


639 


L. M. 201 


:+' 


m 

21.46 


12 


• 


* • 


I 


13.5 


0.2 


R, gbsbMN 


640 


• • • 


'+0 


21.66 


1 
II 

1 


— 2 


20.2 


2 


> • • 


* • • 




641 


• • • 


— 


3381 


II 


+» 


59-3 


2 


• « 


... 1 

1 




642 


• • • 


—0 


33-95 


12 

1 


+3 


0.2 


4 


14-5 


1 
0.7 


R, gbM 


643 


G. C. 3808 


— I 


14-74 


4 

1 


-Hj 


53-7 


I 

1 


12.0 


0.4 


R, gbsvmbMN . 


644 


• • • 


— I 


14.84 


1 
6 


40 


52.3 


2 


13- 


0.3 


R, SbMN 


645 


... 


— I 


14-74 


16 , 


+0 


54-8 


2 


14 5 


0.2 


glbMN 


646 
647 


A. N. 2439, 
30 

• ■ • 




376 
3-23 


6 
3 


+2 


52.3 
51.0 


1 
I 

I 1 


135 
14- 


0.3 
0.3 X0.2 


R or E 9o^ 

gbsbMN 
E 85% psbMN 


648 


• • • 


+0 


16.67 


15 


+1 


33-5 


2 1 


14.0 


0.8x0.3 


E 8o^ psbN 


649 


• • • 


—0 


12.48 


6 


— 2 


72 


I 1 


■ • • 


• • • 

1 




650 


■ • « 


1 -0 


12.42 


15 


• 


- • 


1 



1 


• • • 


• • • 




651 


• ■ • 


1 


12. 80 


3 


— 2 


5-2 


> 1 

1 


1 • • 


• ■ « 


1 


652 


G. C. 3900 


—0 

1 


5-" 


15 


+0 


23-7 


1 

3 1 

1 


12.5 


0.8 


R, vgbM 


653 


L. M. 204 


+3 


16.66 


9 


— I 

• 


138 


2 


14.8 


0.5x0.3 


E 50^ gbM 


654 


■ • • 


-H> 


20.50 


6 


— 


12.7 


^ I 


15.0 


0.1 


R/ 


655 


. . . 


' -0 

1 • 


18.07 


6 


-5 


5.2 


1 1 

1 


• • 


* • • 


1 


656 


G. C. 3954 


;+« 


24.48 


6 


— I 


52.6 


2 
1 


II. 


I. 


bMN 


557 


• • • 


'+• 


24-33 


16 


— I 


48.2 


1 
4 i 

1 
1 


■ • • 


• • . 


■ 


658 


■ ■ • 


+1 


24-25 


4 


— I 


51.6 


2 


12. 


0.5 


R, gbM 

• 


659 


• * • 


+0 

1 


4-49 


5 


+• 


33-1 


2 


■ • • 


1 

. . . 

1 


s 


660 


G. C. 3977 


■+0 


35-32 


12 


+1 


28.8 


t 4 


13- 


3.0x0.3 


E 30°, gbMN 



SOOTHEBM NEBULiB. 



226 



1 

Number. ' 
Observer. 


1 


189 


0.0 

t ft 
—4 20.5 


Epoch 
1800+ 

88.064 


Com p. Star. 

• 


[ 
1890.0 

a a 

1 


631 M 


-1^ 


8. 

9.cx> 


h. m- R. 

C. C. 0.476 13 58 34.22 

1 


. / ff 
-29 25 8.2 


632 ; L 


1 


37-99 


-I 18.5 


87.256 


C. C. 0. 480 


14 4 7.06 


— 4 30 12.8 


633 M 


+1 


1 

37.70 , I 19.0 


87.368 


• ■ • ■ • • 
1 


■ ■ ■ 


634 M 


:+' 


38.03 —I 18.6 

1 


88.053 


1 

... ... 

1 


... / . 


635 L 


3 


2.12 


—3 .19.6 


87.136 


C. C. 0. 485 


14 8 52.88 


- 2 38 54.3 


636 i L 


' -I 


1963 


-2 38.4 


87 . 136 


C. C. 0. 485 14 8 52.88 

1 


2 38 54-3 , 


637 ■ M 


—I 


20.26 —2 33.1 


87.152 


• ■ • 1 ■ • • 


• ■ • 


638 P 


—I 


20.13 — 2 38.0 


89.253 


■ • • 


* ■ • 


* * * 1 


639 L 


+' 


21.46 


• • * 


87.437 


C. C. 0. 481 14 6 12.41 

4 


—17 31 3-3 


640 L 


-h> 


21.66 1 —2 20.3 


87.437 . 


Anon. 14 7 13 


—17 26 


641 , L 

1 


—0 


33.81 


+2 59.6 


87.437 


C. C. 0. 483 


14 8 7.86 


—17 31 5.6 


1 

642 M 

1 


—0 


33-97 


+3 0.5 


88.122 


• • « • ■ • 


• . . 


643 L 


—I 


14.76 


+0 53-6 


87.136 


C. C. 0. 485 14 8 52.88 


- 2 38 54.3 : 


644 1 M 


—1 


14.85 


+0 52.2 


87.149 


• • • 


• • • 


... j 


645 P 


— I 


14-74 


+0 54.9 


89.253 


. • • 


• • • 


. . . 


646 L 


+1 


3.76 


+2 52.5 


87 . 242 


C. C. 0. 487 14 10 48.28 


— 6 57 20.5 


647 M 


+1 


3.23 


+2 51.2 


87.209 


■ • • • ■ • 


• • • 


648 M 


-H> 


16.67 


• • • 


88.127 


DM. 3961 


14 " 35.8 


— 6 56.6 


649 L 


—0 


12.48 


—2 7.3 


87.209 


C. C. 0. 489 


14 12 4.92 


— 6 52 25.8 


650 M 


— 


12.42 . . . 

1 


88.130 


1 

• • • 1 • • ■ 


. . . 


651 M 


— 


12.80 


—2 5.2 


87.209 


• • « 


• • * 


... 

1 F 


652 M 


— 


5." 


+0 23.7 


87.387 


BonnVl,p.33o 


H 23 55.59 


— 5 29 30.0 i 


653 M 


+3 


16.69 


1 13-5 


88.122 


Anon. 14 25 26 

• 


-14 7 


654 i L 


+0 


20.50 


—0 12.7 


87.385 


Anon. 14 28 22 


-14 8 1 

1 


655 L 





18.07 


-5 • 5.4 


, 87.385 


C. C. 0. 493 


14 29 0.92 


—M 2 53.9 


656 S 


+« 


24.48 


—I 52.6 


87.456 

1 


C. C. 0. 494 


14 31 48.45 


—26 2 0.5 


657 L 


+• 


24.33 


—1 48.1 


1 

87 483 


• • • • • • 


■ • • 


658 1 M 


+' 


24.27 


I 52.5 


87.201 


1 
• • • • » • 




669 s 


-H) 

1 


4-49 +1 33-2 


87.456 

1 


Anon. !i4 33 9 


—26 5 


660 L 


1 +0 


35.32 


1 
+1 29.0 


87.464 


C. C. 0. 498 


14 35 43.10 


-16 48 30.3 



/r-. ^' 



/ 






'M 



SOtTHfiBK NEBULA. 



B 

3 



Name. 



66 1 i G. C. 3977 

662 ' 

I 

663 I L. M. 208 

664 I 

665 ! . 

666 1 L. M. 207 
667 

668 I L M. 205 

669 I 

670 I 

671 I G. C. 3993 

672 I 
I 

673 I 

674 I 

I 

675 G. C. 3994 

676 I Nova 

677 I Nova 
I 

678 I G. C. 4012 

679 I ... 

680 I ... 

681 ... 

682 I G. C. 4013 

683 I . . . 

684 I ... 

685 ; L. M. 214 

686 I ... 

687 . . .- 

688 . . . 

689 I G. C. 4024 

690 ' ... 



Observed 



ni. n. 
+0 34.75 



I 6 c* Observed 

Z o Jd 
O 



. a' 
o p 






Size. 



Notes. 



• • • 



+4 44. 34 
+3 1.88 

— 2 58.62 
— o. 1.19 

—2 48.73 
+3 7-30 
+3 7." 
+0 5-40 

+2 59-58 

-|-2 40.90 

-J-2 40.86 

-\-2 40.82 
+ 1 0.67 

— 2 20.8 

-o 49-43 

-o 56.59 

— o 56.83 

—2 43-89 

—2 43.83 

+0 352 
+0 3.62 

— o 18.07 

—2 19.03 



! 6 

I 5 
i ^ 

! 6 



' II 

I 

3 



// 



+3 36.1 
6 , -o 16.8 
6 '-l-o 51. 1 

8 +1 57 o 
6 ... 

3 +2 i3-t 
3-0 19.2 

8 -o 21.7 

1 ... 



-fo 39-7 
+0 37-9 
+0 34.3 



12 -\-o 52.0 



—4 
-4 
-4 



8.78 
8.87 

8.47 



-fo 43-35 
-(-o 42.90 



14 — o 30.0 

3 ' 

3 I ... 

8 1 —1 28.4 

9 I —I 28.9 
3 I —1 28.5 
6 I +2 57-0 

3 : +2 58.7 



I 
2 
I 



o I 

I 

I 

2 I 

I 
o 

I 
O I 



2 

4 
o 



o 
o 



II 4-0 s-8 i 2 

' 1 . 

3 -|-0 8.2 I 2 

I 

6 — o 29.9 ' 2 



o 
o 
2 

3 

I 

I 
I 



3-5 
3.8; 

4-5 



0.1 
0.2 
0.1 



4.0 
5-0 



0.2 
0.3 



R, sbMN 

E 

R 

£90^ 

StellN 
R, gbM 
R, StellN 



4. I 1.0x0.5 

I 
4. I 0,4 

4.3 0.8x0.4 

1 

4.5 0.4x0.3 

I 
3-5 0.2 

! 
5.5 ' 1.0x0.3 



E 


45°. 


StellN 


E 


30°, 


SbMN 


E 


3o^ 


dif 


E 180° 




R 


, gbMN 


E 


175° 





4.0 1 0.8 

4-2 I 0.9 

1 

4.5 I 0.8 



R, gbM 

E20° 

iR 



3-5 ' 0.2 
3-0 I .0-4 
3- I 0-4 
0-3 



3-0 

2.5 



0.2 



R, SbMN 

R 

R, gbMN 

R, bMN 

R, sbMN 



SODTHEBN NEBDL£. 



227 



Number. 


• 

u 

> 
u 

M 


1 
i 

m. 


1890.0 
Ja Jd 


Epoch 
18004- 

87.212 


Comp. Star. 
C. C. 498 


18 

a 

h. III. 8. 
14 35 42.10 


1 
90.0 


66i 


s. 
34.75 


• 


■ • 


/ ,, ' 
16 48 30.3 


662 


M 


• 


• • 


+3 


36.1 


87.212 


C. C. 0. 499 


1I4 36 16.86 


16 50 33.7 


663 


L 


+4 


44-33 


—0 


16.3 


87 483 


C. C. 0. 497 


14 34 55.18 


— 11 20 26.0 


664 


L 


+3 


1.90 


-h> 


51-4 


87-483 


C. C. 0. 502 


14 36 37.93 


— 11 21 36.7 


665 


M 


— 2 


58.61 


+« 


57.4 


87-532 


C. C. 0. 509 


14 42 38.12 

1 


— 11 21 41.6 


666 


M 


—0 


1. 19 


• 


* • 


87-532 


Anon. 


14 39 56 


• • • 


667 


M 


— 2 


48.72 


+i 


12.8 


87.532 


C. C. 0. 510 


14 42 43.60 


- 11 29 16.6 


668 


S 


+3 


7.33 


—0 


18.8 


87.166 


C. C. 0. 495 


14 33 40.11 


17 58 54.7 


669 

4 


M 


+3 


7.11 


—0 


21.0 


87.530 


■ • • 


• • » 


• • • 


670 


M 


• 


• • 


• 


• • 


87.530 


Anon. 


14 36 42 


• • • 


671 


S 


+=• 


59-58 


• 


• . 


87.461 


DM. 4015 


14 38 31.7 


— 14 22.9 


672 


S 


+2 


40.90 


-H* 


40.0 


87.461 


C. C. 0. 503 


H 38 49-99 


— 14 24 12.1 


673 


L 


+2 


40.86 


-fo 


38.2 


87.453 


■ ■ • 


• • • 


• ■ • 


674 


M 


+' 


40.83 


-h" 


34-6 


87.368 


• • ■ 


• • • 

1 


1 

• • • 


675 


M 


+1 


0.67 


—0 


51.9 


87.536 


C. C. 507 


14 40 34.97 


-18 38 2.5 


676 

• 


M 


— 2 


20.75 


• 


B m 


87.209 


C. C. 0. 515 


H 53 29.92 


-18 51 56.3 


677 


M 


—0 


49-44 


• 


• • 


87.209 


C. C. 0. 515 


14 .53 29.92 


—18 51 56.3 


678 


S 


— 


56.59 


■ 


ft • 


87.272 


C. C. 0. 515 


H 53 29-92 


— 18 51 56.3 


679 


M 


—0 


56.84 


• 


• • 


87.209 


■ • ■ 


■ « • 


■ « • 


680 


S 


— 2 


43 90 


-fo 


5.7 


87.267 


C. C. 0. 519 


H 53 17 04 


— 18 49 39.9 


681 


M 


— 2 


43.85 


-h> 


8.8 


87.209 


• • • 


1 

• • ■ 


• ■ • 


6S2 


L 


-H> 


3-52 


—0 


30.0 


87.231 


C. C. 0. 512 


14 52 39.51 


— 38 27.8 


683' 


M 


i-h> 


3.62 


— 


30.0 


87.546 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


6S4 


L 


, —0 


18.07 


• 


• ■ 


87.231 


C. C. 0. 514 


H 53 0.84 


34 5».4 


685 


L 


• 


* • 


• 


■ • 


87.464 


Anon. 


14 55 35 


• • • 


686 


L 


4 


8.78 


— I 


29.0 


87.458 


C. C. 0. 521 


14 57 24.78 


16 9 33.4 


687 


L 


; 4 


8.87 


— I 


295 


87.464 


* « • 


• • • 


• • • 


688 


M 


1 

, —4 


8.50 


— I 


29.1 


87.212 


• ■ ■ 


• • « 


• • • 


689 


L 


+0 


43-35 


+2 


57.2 


, 87.243 


C. C. 0. 518 


14 54 21.58 


— 7 4 14.4 ! 


6qo 


M 


-fo 


42.90 


+^ 


58.9 


87.207 


• . • 


... 


• • • 



228 



SODTHEBN NEBCLA. 



. "l 






~ 


1 






I 


1 


1 






Number 

1 


1 

1 

Name. 

1 


Observed ' 


E 1 

zi 

p 

6 1 


Observed ' 

1 
I 

1 
-I 49.9 


. cLl 
p 

Z 0. 

U 

I 


• pa 

C 4, 

bc-o 


Size. 

... 


Notes. 


691 1 


G. 


1 
1 

C. 4024 ! 

• 


m. 
—0 


H-6S 1 

1 




69^1 




• • • 


—0 


1 

24.90 


3 1 

: 


— I 


51-3 


I 


« • • 


... 




693 


Nova 


+« 


1.92 1 


4 


+« 


54-5 


I 


iS-6 


0.3 


R, dif 


694 




\ 
... 1 


—0 


6.08 


4 


— 2 


53 


I 


. . . 


. . . 




695; 


I 


• • • 


+' 


58.50 


2 


• 


• • 





■ • • 


... 




696 




■ • • 


+' 


58.00 


3 


■ 


• • 





13-5 


0.1 


R, sbMN 


697 




• • • 


+0 


IX. II 


«4 


— I 


36.8 


2 


• » • 


. . . 


m 


698 




• • ■ 


-h> 


10.86 


6 


1 


35.0 


I 


• • ■ 


• • ■ 




699 
700 


Harv. XIII, 
320 

• • • 




• • 

9-55 




12 


— I 


3-2 

« ■ 


3 



13-5 

• • ■ 


0.1 

• • * 


1E( ?)20°, 

sbMEC ?)N 


701 


L 




—0 


2.06 


4 


1 


• m 





H'5 


0.4 


IbM 


702 






. 


■ • 





— 


30.1 


4 


- • • 


• • • 




703 






-0 


24.92 


12 


• 


■ m 





14- 


0.7 


R, sbMN 


704 






—0 


25.00 


«9 


—0 


m 

29.1 


4 


■ • ■ 


■ • • 

1 




70s 


G. 


C. 4063 


—0 


1934 


9 


-3 


6.0 


2 


15.0 


0.2 


R, sbMN 


706 






-0 


19.48 


9 


-3 


7-3 


2 


' . . . 


... 




707 






—0 


32.98 


9 


—3 


35-4 


2 


« * ■ 


... 




708 






—0 


33 06 


9 


-3 


36.1 


2 


■ ■ • 


. . . 




709 


L. 


M. 226 


• 


• ■ 





—2 


56.9 


2 


14.0 


0.2 


E .^ gbMN 


710 






-h> 


49.14 


12 


: 


• • 





... 


■ > • 




711 






-fo 


49-17 

• 


6 


1 

\-2 


54.7 


I 


14- 


0.5 


iR, gIbM 


712 






• 


• • 





;+3 


2.5 


, 2 


1 

• • • 


i - • - 




713 






— 

1 


39.66 


12 


1 

• 


• • 





15- 


0.1 

1 


R, gbM 


714 






1 —0 


39-44 


6 


+3 


0.1 


1 I 

1 


1 . . . 


m 9 • 




715 


G. 


C.4093 


. —2 


14.29 


6 


1 * 


25-1 


1 

2 

1 


1 . . . 


1 

• ■ • 

1 




716 






, -2 


15-43 


12 




24-3 


4 


12.5 


' 0.4 


R or E 90°, bMN 


717 






' — 2 

1 


15.13 


3 


1 


21.2 


2 


• • • 

1 


1 

• • ■ 




718 






— 2 


15-44 


6 




234 


2 


1 

i 13- 


0.4 


iR, gbMN 


719 


G 


C. 4094 


+1 


28.12 


3 


+1 


13-7 


2 


15- 


0.8x0.4 


E 230°, dif 


720 


G. 


C. 4106 


-fo 


57-20 


2 


—0 


23-2 


1 ' 


14. 

1 


0.7x0.3 


E 30°, gbsbMN ; 
J(J chg'd 2 rev. 



SOVTHEBN NXBULX. 



229 



Number. 


• 

u 

> 
u 
V 

L 


1890.0 


Epoch , 

1800+ 


1 
Comp. Star. , 

i 


1890.0 


i 


1 


Jd 


a 


1 


69. 


m. 
— 


8. 
2465 


—I 50.0 


87.242 


C. C. 0. 520 14 55 29.44 


/' / 
— 6 59 26.3 


692 


M 


—0 


24.90 


-I 51-5 


87.207 


... 


.... 


• • ■ 


693 


L 


+1 


1.92 


+1 54.8 


87.242 


C. C. 0. 5x8 14 54 21.58 


- 7 4 H-4 


694 


L 


— 


6.08 


—2 53.0 


87.242 


C. C. 0. 520 14 54 29.44 


— 6 59 26.3 


695 


S 


+» 


58-50 


■ • • 


89.267 


1 
C. C. 0. 515 


H 53 29.92 


—18 51 56.3 


696 


M 


+1 


58.00 


• • ■ 


87.209 1 ... ... 


• « • 


697 


S 


-H> 


II. 12 


—I 36.8 


89.267 

• 


1 

C. C. 0.519 14 55 17-04 


—18 49 39.9 


[ 698 

1 


M 


+0 


10.87 


I 34-9 


87.209 ' ... : . . 


• • • 


; 699 


L 


• 


• • 


-I 3-3 


87.450 


C. C. 0. 526 15 4 47.09 


— II 2 40.9 


1 700 


L 


-h> 


9-55 


• . . 


1 

87.453 . • . • - • 

1 


• • • 


701 


M 


m 


• • 


• . • 


87.530 


Anon. 15 4 58 


... I 

1 


702 


L 


• 


• • 


—0 30.1 


87.278 C. C. 0. 527 15 5 21.24 


—II 3 15.0 


703 


L 


—0 


24-^3 


* . • 


87.453 


1 
... ... 

1 


• • • 


704 


M 


—0 


25.00 


—0 29.0 


87.530 ... 


■ • • 


• • • 


705 


L 


—0 


19 -37 


—3 6.4 


87.256 C C. 0. 528 ,15 8 0.06 


-13 48 23.5 


706- 


M 


— 


19.44 


3 7.2 


87.360 ; ... ... 

1 1 • 


• • « 


707 


L 


—0 


33- 01 


1 1 
—3 35-6 ' 87.256 C. C. 0. 529 


15 8 13.66 


-13 47 52.8 


708 


M 


— 


33 02 


-3 36.0 


87-445 


• • « 


• • • 


709 


L 


■ 


• • 


.—2 57.2 


1 

87.445 G. C. 0. 530 15 9 24.50 

1 1 


—II 2 17.3 


710 


L 


-H> 


49-13 


• • • 


87-453 

1 1 


• • • 


711 


M 


+0 


49.18 


2 54-7 


87.212 


... 


■ • • 


• • • 


712 


L 


• 


• • 


+3 2.9 


87-445 


C. C. 0. 531 


15 10 53.14 


—II 8 II. 3 


713 


L 


—0 


39-65 


• • • 


87.453 ... • • • 


■ • • 


7H 


M 


— 


39-45 


+3 0.3 87.212 1 ... 


• ■ • 


• • • 


715 


S 


— 2 


14.29 


—I 25.5 


87.456 C. C. 0. 534 

1 


15 17 45.18 


—12 40 18.9 


7x6 


L 


—2 


15.43 


—I 24.3 


87.360 1 ... 


... 


• • • 


717 


M 


—2 


15.15 


— I 21.7 


87.201 1 ... 


... 


• • « 


718 


M 


— 2 


15-43 


— I 22.9 


87.401 ' ... 

1 


... 


• • • 


719 


M 


+' 


28.11 


+1 13.3 


87.401 

1 


C. C. 0. 533 15 14 5.84 


—12 47 31.0 


720 


S 


+0 


57-20 


1 

—0 23.2 ' 87.166 

1 


C. C. 0. 535 15 24 5.94 


— 2 26 48.3 



230 



SOUTHERN NEBUIxflS. 



J8 
B 

3 



r2I 

'22 
r23 

r24 

'25 
26 

'27 

r28 

fig 

r3o 

r3i 
^32 
^33 
^34 
^35 

r36 

r37 

r38 

^39 
r4o 

r4i 
r42 

H3 

r44 

^45 
r46 

^47 
r48 

r49 
^50 



Name. 



G. C. 4106 



A. N 
3I1 



A. N 
3U 



G. 



A.N. 



G. 



2439. 



2439' 



4331 



2459. 1 



4333 



Observed 
Ja 






m. 8. 
-fo 57.10 



4-0 57.28 

-fo 56.80 
-fo 23.44 

5.68 



-o 5.72 



5-49 
-f-o 46.51 

+0 46.13 
-fo 45.26 
+0 44.91 
-fo 45.06 

• . • 

+0 46.97 

• ■ • 

-fo 45.48 

• • • 

+0 55.15 

+0 55- 18 
-fo 1.72 

-ho 1.74 

—2 3.09 
—2 3.04 
—2 58.60 
-fo 2.22 
20.99 



6 
6 

5 
7 



4 
6 

6 

12 

6 

12 

16 

O 

3 
o 

3 
o 

12 

II 

9 

I 

12 
10 

8 
12 
12 

o 



Observed 
Jd 



a. 

\Z o 

I u 



c • 

A S 



*f 



+0 33-9 
-fo 10.6 

• • • 

+0 41-3 
-fo 24.3 

-fo 22.3 



o 1 . . . 



O 22.8 I X 

o 27.6 I I 

r 

27.0 1 I 

I 

— o 20.3 



—3 7-5 
—3 91 



+0 55-4 2 

-fo 52.6 I 4 

... o 

+0 33-7 i 2 



4 

2 



I 

2 
I 



13.7 

■ • • 

135 
13-5 



13 



-4 7-7 4 
■4 7-8 1 3 ! 

P 

I 

o 



12 



-fo 24.1 I 2 12.5 

-fo 22.7 2 13. 

—3 44-9 ! I ; . . . 

— o 15.1 I 3 ' . . . 

-fo 4.4 ' 3 j . . . 



-fo 10.5 



Size. 



0.7 X0.3 

• ■ ■ 

1.0x0.6 
0.8x0.6 



o. 



2x0.1 



12. 



0.3 X0.2 



0.8x0.5 



Notes. 



E 30°, gbsbMN 

E 200°, vgbN 
E 185°, gbM 



E 190^ 



E 170' 



vlE 0°, 

gbmbsbMN 
E 5°, gvlbM 



R, vlbM 

R; «io.5», 

P = 3°. J = 1-5 



nN 
iR, n edge of nN 



SOUTHEBN NEBDIiX. 



231 



Number. 


t^ Observer. 


1890.0 


Epoch 

1800+ 


Com p. Star. 


1890.0 


Aa 


Jd 


a 

1 


a 


731 


m. 8. 
+0 57.10 


9 

« 


if 

■ • 


87.231 


c. c. 0. 535 


h. m. B. 

i5 34 5-94 


/ // 
— 2 26 48.3 


722 


L 


■ • • 


—0 


22.9 


87-437 


• • ■ 


■ • • 


• . • 


733 


L 


« • • 


—0 


26.4 


87.231 


• • ■ 


• • • 


■ . . 


734 


M 


-fo 57-38 


—0 


26.8 


87.385 


• • • 


• ■ • 


. • • 


735 


M 


-fo 56.81 


— 


20.1 


87.207 


• • « 


• ■ • 


... 


726 


M ... 

1 


• 


• 


87.385 


Anon. 


15 2440 


... 


737 


S 


—0 5.68 —3 


7-7 


87.166 


C. C. 0. 536 


15 35 8.86 


— 2 24 4.6 


728 


L 


• • • 


—3 


9-3 


87.231 


• ■ » 




• • • 


729 


M 


—0 5.72 


• 


• • 


87.207 


• ■ • 


... 


■ « • 


730 


M 


—0 5-49 


• 


• • 


87.470 


• ■ * 


... 


• • • 


731 


S -fo 46.51 


-+0 


55.4 


87.461 


C. C. 0. 539 


17 7 7.39 


—12 47 41.6 


733 


L 


+0 46.13 


-fo 


52.6 


87.459 


• • • 


• • • 


• 
• . . 


733 


S 


+0 45.26 


• 


• • 
• 


87.461 


C. C. 0. 540 


17 7 8.25 


—12 47 22.1 


734 


L 


+0 44.91 


40 


33.9 


87-459 


■ ■ • 


« ' • . 


* • . 


735 


»M 


+0 45.06 +0 


.34.1 


87.501 


• • « 


• • . 


... 


736 


S 


• ■ • 


+0 


10.7 


87.461 


A. N. 2439, 31, 


17 7 8 


—12 48 


1 
737 


S 


+0 46.97 


• 


■ • 


87.461 


C. C. 0. 539 


17 7 7.39 


— 12 47 41.6 


1 

738 


L 


... 1 i^ 

1 


41-5 


87-459 


... 


■ • • 


... 


739 


S 


+0 45.48 


+0 


34-5 


87.461 


C. C. 0. 540 


17 7 8.25 


— 12 47 22.1 


740 


L ! ... +0 


22.5 


87.459 


• • • 


... 


... 


741 


L , -1-0 55.15 


-4 


7.6 


87.371 


C. C. 0. 54X 


17 41 35.34 


—20 15 11.3 


1 743 


M 


+0 55-19 


4 


7-7 


87-437 


• * • 


• • « 


• • 


743 


L 


+0 1.72 


• 


• • 


87-371 


DM. 4878 


17 42 21.0 


— 20 19.9 


744 


M 


+0 1.74 


• 


• • 


87.437 


• • • 


• • • 


... 


745 


L 


—2 3.09 


-H> 


23-7 


87.541 


C. C. 0. 544 


17 44 1.65 


—16 26 44.0 

1 


746 


M 


—2 3.04 -f-o 


22.3 


87-546 


. • • 


* • • 


• ■ « 


747 


L 


—3 58.59 


1 

—3 


45-5 


87-541 


C. C. 0. 545 


17 44 57.18 


—16 22 35.9 


748 


L 


-|-0 2.22 


—0 


15. 1 


87-437 


DM. 4709 


17 42 40.9 


-19 58.4 


749 


L 


—0 21.00 


+0 


4-3 


87-437 


C. C. 0. 543 


17 43 4." 


— 19 58 10.6 


75P 


L 


... 

1 


-fo 


10.6 


1 87.360 

1 


• * ■ 


* • ■ 





232 



SOUTHEBX NEBULiE. 



Number. 


Name. 


1 
Observed 

ft 


No. 
Comp. 


1 
Observed j 

f 

1 


No. 
Comp. 


Magni- 
^ tude. 

• 


Notes. 


f 


751 


G. C. 4333 


m. s. 
—0 20.65 


1 

/ ft 

12 -fo 2.7 1 


2 


1 

1 

9.0 0.6 


JC0.5 


E 170°, nN 




752 


« • • 


... 


-i-O 12.7 


2 


• • • • 


• ■ 


« 




753 


A. N. 2454,2 


+1 8.70 


16 — 2 12.2 


4 


12.0 ' 


.5 


R, planetary 




754 


■ • • 


+1 8.62 


16 1 —2 9.8 1 


4 


... 


.1 


R, planetary 


1 


755 


A. N. 2459,2 


+J 58.94 


91 





12. 


.1 


Neb* 


756 


• • • 


+1 51.85 


9 —I 26.6 


2 


1 


1 

a » 

1 


I 

1 


757 
758 


• ■ ■ 

« 

• • ■ 


+0 31 ot 
31 -79 


9 ' —2 24.5 
9 — 19.9 


2 

2 


t 
12.5 

• • • • 

1 


.2 


R, planetary or 
vglbM 

1 


759 


• • • 


— 49.20 


9 59.0 


2 


1 

. . . [ 




1 
1 


760 


SW162 


-fi 20.68 


9 I 54-9 1 


2 


II. 

1 




Stell 


761 


■ • . 


+1 20.59 


12 1 —I 53.8 


2 


• • • ■ 




1 


762 


• • • 


+1 7.60 


1 , 
12 +2 21.5 


2 


1 

* * • • 


1 


i 


763 


SW163 


+1 22.08 


9 . I 49.7 


2 


10.8 


• • 1 


Stell 


764 


• • • 


+1 21. '99 


1 
15 1 





• • ■ • 






1 


765 


• • • 


+1 8.90 


15 ' ... 





• • • • 


1 


• 


766 

1 


• • • 


• • ■ 


—0 6.0 


I 


• • • • 




1 


767 


G. C. 4407 


—0 5.16 


»2 +1 39-3 


5 


13. 1 


.1 


vlE I75^gb6bMN 


768 


■ ■ • 


—0 5.20 


1 
'5 1 +1 39.2 


4 


II. 5 


• • 


E 5°, stellNN i 


769 


A.N. 2502,90 


+1 9.02 


61 ... 





13.5 


.7 


Neb» I3«n 1 


770 


. . . 


+1 8.97 


9 +0 37.3 


4 


13. 


4 


R, neb» 


771 


• • • 


+1 9.20 


2 +0 36.7 


I 


• ■ • • 


• • 


1 


772 


• • • 


+1 9.07 


1 
9 1 +0 37.4 


4 


13. 


.2 


RR, glbM 


773 


• • • 
• 


-1-0 44.29 


6 





■ • ■ • 


• « 






774 


* • • 


+0 33- 23 


6 


« ■ • 





■ ■ • ■ 


• • 




775 


• • • 


—0 1.44 


5 


• ■ • 





• • • • 


■ ■ 


1 


776 


■ « • 


—0 7.92 


15 


-0 9.7 


2 


• • • • 


• • 


• 1 

i 


777 


G. C. 4507 


+0 32.50 


12 


• • • 





12.0 


.4 


R, gbsbMstellNj 


778 


• « ft 


-|-o 27.92 


3 


• • * 





• • ■ « 


• • 






779 


• • • 


+0 28.02 


12 i I 51.7 


2 


• • • • 


■ • 






780 


■ • • 


+0 27.96 


5 







« « ■ • 


• • 




I 



SOUTHERN NEBDIJE. 



233 



Number. 


• 
u 

Xi 

M 


1890.0 
Ja Jd 


Epoch 

1800+ 


Comp. Star. 


18 
a 


90.0 

d 


751 


m. B. 
—0 20.65 


-|-o 2.8 


87.300 


c. c. 0. 543 


h. m. 8. 

17 43 4." 


/ '/ 
—19 58 I0.6 


753 


M 


... 


—0 12.8 


87.300 


• • • 


• • • 


* . • 


753 


L 


+1 8.70 


— 2 12,1 


87.527 


C. C. 0. 548 


17 57 33.44 


19 48 43.1 


. 754 


M 


+1 8.62 


2 9.7 


87.497 


« • . 


. . • 


755 


M 


+1 58.95 


... 


87.363 


C. C. 0. 551 


i8 5 17.51 


—19 4 2.4 


756 


M 


+1 51.86 


I 27.4 


87.363 


C. C. 0. 552 


18 5 25.12 


-19 4 47.6 


757 


L 


-|-o 31.02 


-2 24.5 


87.371 


Anon. 


18 6 46 


19 4 


758 

1 


L 


-0 31.79 


—0 20.1 


87.371 DM. 4915 


18 7 48.3 


— 19 6.2 


759 


L 


— 49.20 


—0 59.2 


87.371 . C. C. 0. 557 

1 


18 8 5.77 


19 5 "3 


760 


L 


+1 20.68 


—I 54-7 


1 

87.371 ' C. C. 0. 562 


18 9 12.44 


—19 52 15.2 


761 


M 


+1 20.59 


—I 53-6 


87.527 ' ... 


• « • 


• • • 


762 


M 


+1 7.59 


+2 21.8 


87.527 C. C. 0. 563 


18 9 25.42 


-19 56 30.3 


763 


L 


+1 22.09 


-I 49.8 


87.371 


C. C. 0. 562 


18 9 12.44 


19 52 15.2 


,764 


M 


+1 21.99 


... 


87.527 


• • • 


• • • 


... 


765 


M 


+1 8.90 


... 


1 

87.527 C. C. 0. 563 18 9 25.42 


—19 56 30.3 


766 


M 


• » « 


—0 6.0 

1 


87,527 A. N. 2707,181033.12 

162 
87.456 C. C. 0. 565 18 19 6.90 


— »9 54 9.9 


767 


L 


-0 5.16 


+1 39.3 


—23. 17 24.2 


768 


M 


—0 5.20 


+1 39-2 


87.489 


• • • 


• • • 


769 


S 


+1 9.02 


• . . 


87.481 1 c. c. 0. 569 18 58 53.56 


— 6 10 10.2 


770 


L 


+1 8.97 


+0 37.6 


87.360 ! 




771 


M 


+1 9.20 


+0 37.0 


87.300 


• • • 




772 


M 


4-1 9.07 


-+o 37.7 


87.401 


• • ■ 


• • • 




773 


S 


+0 44.29 


• • • 


87.481 Anon. 


18 59 19 




774 


S 


+0 33.23 


« • • 


87.481 


Anon. 


18 59 30 




775 


M 


—0 1.44 


« ■ ■ 


87.401 


Anon. 19 4 




1 776 


S 


1 

—0 7.92 —0 9.7 


87.481 


Anon. 


19 II 


-6 9 


777 


L 


+0 32.51 


• « • 


87.409 


1 
C. C. 0. 574 19 36 5.50 


— lo 30 43.2 


778 


S 


+0 27.93 


• • • 


87 -453 


C. C. 0. 575 


19 36 10.04 


—1033 1.6 


: 779 

1 


L 


-fo 28.03 


I 51.7 


87.453 


. ■ > 


• ■ • 


• • « 


780 

1 


M 


+0 27.96 : 


87.401 

1 


• « • 


• • • 



234 



SOUTHERN NSBULX. 



Number. 


Name. 
G. C. 4507 


Observed 
Ja 


. 1 
^ g*! Observed 


2 


1 
Magni- | 
tude. 


Size. 

1 ... 


1 
Notes. 

1 

1 1 


1 
781 


m. 
—0 


8. 
56.12 


6 1 -fo '2.7 

■ 


• • ■ 


1 782 


. • • 


-d 


56.08 


II -fo 13.0 




• ■ a 


... 


1 

1 


783 


-^ 


56.00 


4 +0 II. 9 


2 


• • • 


0.2x0.1 


E 0°, iF, CI 1 


784 


G. C. 4510 


+1 


56.22 


10 ; -2 39-5 


4 

1 


• • • 


• • • 


1 1st edge; E 20°,' 


78s 




+« 


57 51 


10 —3 2.2 


1 

4 


• ■ • 


• « • 


ring j 
2d edge ' 


786 
787 




+« 


57.06 
21.79 


6 —2 50.9 
9 ' ... 

* 

1 


2 



• ■ • 

• • • 


2. 

• • • 
• 


2d edge: E 10°, 

greenish 
1st edge 


788 




+1 


23.11 


9 —0 42.0 


1 
2 


... 


• • • 


2d edge 


789 




— 


30.12 


6' ... 

1 


1 


• ■ • 


• • • 


1 


790 

1 


Barnard 


+3 


28.61 


6 1 —2 12.2 1 


2 , 


14.3 


0.1 


R:, sbMN 


1 

791 


Barnard 


+3 


41. X2 


6 -2 20.7 , 


2 


15.0 


0.1 


IE, gbM 


792 


G. C. 5958 


-H> 


4.87 


10 ... 1 





13.5 


0.6 


1 


793 




-H> 


4.81 


9 —I 40.6 


1 


13.5 


0.1 


R, psbM 

1 


794 




-H> 


4.64 


7 


1 

1 


• • • 


* « ■ 


1 

' 1 

1 


795 




— 


48.72 


10 1 ... 





• • • 


« • • 


1 


796 

1 




— I 


26.70 


4 





• • • 


• ■ » 




797 




— I 


26.78 


9 -fo 58.1 


2 

1 


• • • 


• • • 




798 




— I 


26.99 


7 +0 57.2 


1 

1 


« • ■ 


■ • • 


1 


799 


L. M. 231 


• 


• • 


-j-o 20.7 


I 


• • • 


• ■ ■ 


1 
1 


800 




• 


• • 


014-0 41.3 


1 
2 

1 


• • • 


■ • • 


1 


801 




— I 


51-73 


6' 

** ... 


1 
• 


a • • 


• • • 




' 802 

1 




— I 


51.66 


16 ; +0 39.8 

1 


4 ' 


14.3 


0.1 


R, sbMN 


803 




— I 


5160 


6 -|-o 40.9 


2 , 


15.0 


0.3 


R, vsbMN 


804 


L. M. 233 


+' 


8.57 


3 3 10.7 


^ 1 


13-5 


0.3 


bMN 1 

1 


805 




+i 


8.93 


12 ' —3 10.3 


1 


14.2 


03 


IbM 1 


806 




-0 


52.65 


3 ; • • • 


1 

! 


• • ft 


... 


1 

1 


807 

1 


G. C. 5968 


—0 


5.18 


H 2 33.7 


2 


14.0 


... 


1 


808 


• « • 


■ 


• • 


, —2 32.0 


6 

1 


13. 


0.2 


R, psbMN 


809 




— 


5.22 


12 , ... 

1 





• • • 


• • • 


1 


810 

1 


■ • • 





5.27 


1 

10 ... 

1 


1 

° 1 


15.0 


0.1 


R, mbM 1 



SOUTHERN KEBCUE. 



235 



1 
Number. 


c/3 Observer. 


1890.0 




Epoch 


• 

Comp. Star. 


1890.0 


. ID. 8. 
—0 56.12 


i i8oo-h 

Jd ^ 


a 

h. m. •. 

19 37 34-34 


d 


781 


+^ 


// 
12.5 1 87.453 

1 


C. C. 0. 578 


' '/ 
—10 35 8.3 


782 


L 


—0 56.09 


+0 


1 

12.9 ! 87.409 


• • • • ■ • 


• • • 


783 


M 


56.01 


-H> 


1 
12. 1 . 87.401 1 ... ' ... 

! 


... 1 

1 


784 


1 


+1 56.23 


2 


39-1 


87.448 C. C. 0. 572 

1 


19 35 49-15 


— 14 22 I.I i 

1 


78s 


L 


+1 57-52 


—3 


1 

2.3 1 87.448 i ... ... 


... 1 


786 


M 


+1 57-06 


— 2 


1 

50.6 87*489 , ... ... 


1 
• • • I 


787 


s 


+1 21.78 


• 


• • 


87.689 


Anon. 19 36 23 

1 


14 24 


788 


s 


+1 23.10 


— 


41.7 j 87.689 


1 
Anon. 1 ... 


• • • 


789 


M 


-0 30.13 


. 


- - i 87.489 


C. C. 0. 580 19 38 16.00 


— 14 29 14.2 


790 


L 


+3 28.61 


—2 


13. 1 87.461 C. C. 0. 571 19 35 10-79 


—14 56 49.6 


791 


L 


+3 41-12 


-2 


21.6 1 87.461 C. C. 0. 571 119 35 10.79 


14 56 49.6 


792 


S 


+0 4.87 


. - 


. . 87.481 Anon. * ;20 21 57 


3 25 


793 


L 


+0 4.81 


— I 


40.7 87.456 Anon. ... 

1 


« ■ • 


794 


M 


+0 464 


• 


• • 


1 

87.760 Anon. 

1 


... 


... 


795 


S 


... 


• 


. . 1 87.481 1 Anon. 


20 22 51 


1 
... 


796 


s 


—1 26.70 


• 


87.481 C. C. 0. 582 


20 23 28. 60 


— 3 27 20.5 


797 


M 


—I 26.79 


+0 


57-8 


87-457 • - • ... 


• • • 


798 


M 


—I 26.98 


+0 


56.9 ' 87.760 ... j ... 


• m • 

1 


799 


S 


1 
« • • 


+0 


20.2 


87.763 


C. C. 0. 583 20 24 6.22 


—25 52 38.2 


800 


s 


• • • 


+0 


40.8 .87-765 


C. C. 0. 585 20 28 36.80 


—25 51 30.1 


801 


s 


I 51-71 


m 


• • 


87.765 1 ... 


• • • 


• • • 


802 


L 


—I 51-64 


+0 


39-1 


87.486 ; ... 


• • • 


• • • 


• 803 


M 


-1 51-58 


-Ko 


40.7 1 87*782 ' ... 1 ... 

1 1 


• • ■ 


! 804 

1 


S 


+1 8.56 


—3 


10.7 


87.768 


O.Arg.S. 20597 20 27 4.87 

1 


—25 44 10.7 


; 805 


P 


+1 8.93 


—3 


10.5 


90.716 ... 1 ... 


• • • 


806 


s 


• • • 


■ 

• 


. . 87.768 Anon. !20 29 7 


• • • 


807 


s 


—0 5.18 


—2 


1 

33.8 87.689 


C. C. 0. 587 20 33 17.50 


— 5 18 55.6 


808 


L 


• • • 


1 

1 —2 

1 


1 1 
32.0 87.409 . .• . ... 


... 


809 


L 


—0 5.22 


1 • 
1 


• • 


87.456 


1 
... ... 


• • • 


1 
, 810 


L 


-0 5.27 


1 

• 


• • 


07.461 ... 1 ... 

1 


... 



236 



SOUTHERN NEBCIuB. 



1 

Number. ■ 


Name. 


Observed 




Observed 
-2 33-7 


m 

a 
5 


1 
ce 3 < 

s ; 

I 

I 
• • • 


Size. 


r 

Notes. ' 

1 


8ii 


G. C. 5968 


m. 8. 
—0 5-30 


• • • 


StellN 


812 


L. M. 241 


+1 48.42 


6 


+0 1.8 


2 


H-5 


. • • 


1 


813 


• • • 


+1 41.72 


6 


- . • 





• • ■ 


... 




814 


• • • 


+1 41.80 


16 


+3 46.7 


6 


14.0 

^ 1 


0.3 


IbM 


81S 


• • • 


• • • 





+2 28.4 


4 


. ■ • 
1 


... 




816 


• • • 


-0 11.34 


3 


• • « 





1 

• • ■ 


• • • 


1 

1 


817 


L. M. 461 


-0 35-45 


9 


—2 18. 1 


3 


... 1 


• a • 


1 

1 


818 


• • • 


—0 36.15 


'5 


—2 14.4 


4 


14.2 

1 


O.I 


1 
R 


8x9 


• • • 


-0 34.68 


15 


-2 17.4 


3 


iS-S 


0.2 


1 IE 0°. vgbM , 


820 


L. M. 462 


—0 . 24.56 


9 


+0 39-5 


2 


... 


• • • 


1 1 


821 


■ • • 


—0 24.27 


'5 


+0 40.1 


5 


14.2 


O.I 


1 ' 
R 


822 


• • • 


—0 24.38 


«S 


+0 38.2 


4 


153 ; 


0.2 


R. gbM ' 

1 


823 


Nova 


—0 13.69 


3 


+1 24.2 


2 


• • ■ 


• • • 


1 


824 


• » ■ 


-0 14.39 


13 


• • • 





1 

15.8 ; 


0.2 


R. dif , 


82s 


G. C. 4687 


-fo 25.30 


12 


+1 7.0 


2 

I 


• • • 


0-3 




826 


L. M 245 


+2 S.70 


6 


• « • 





13.0 


0.3 


bMN 


827 


• • • 


+2 8.71 


10 


+2 22.5 


4 


1 
• • • 




; 


828 


• « • 


+3 1359 


6 


—0 58.2 


2 


• • • 






829 


G. C. 4765 


+7 55-33 


4 


• • • 





• • 




_ 


830 


• • ■ 


+4 42.44 


4 


—0 58.6 


2 


• • • ' 




t 


831 


■ fl ft 


+3 22.02 


9 


+1 46.9 


4 


• • ■ 1 




1 


832 


• • • 


+3 ".66 


9 


• 

—I 302 


2 


... 1 






833 


Nova 


+1 32.88 


9 


+0 38.8 


2 


... 




i 


834 


• • • 


+1 32.47 


4 


-|-o 41.6 


2 


pB 1 


vS 


gbMN 


83s 


* * • 


+0 ' 44-45 

1 


9 


-I 31.9 


2 


. . . j 






836 


• • ■ 


-{^ 44.10 1 


4 


' 30-4. 


2 


1 




1 
1 


837 


• • • 


—I 33 50 1 


6 


• ■ • 





• « • 

1 




1 


838 


G. C. 4802 


— X.39 


6 


+2 5^-9 


2 


13-5 

1 




1 


839 


• • • 


—o 1.42 


16 


+2 53-9 ' 


2 


1 

13-5 


O.I 


vmbMN 1 


840 

i 


1 

... 1 


~o 53.84 


6 


—0 29.8 


1 

2 1 

I 


1 

• » • 

1 


• • • 


1 
1 



SOtJTHERN NEBULA. 



237 



Number. 
Observer. 


m. 
—0 


189c 

da 

8. 

5 30 


).o 
—' 33-8 


Epoch 

1800+ 


Comp. Star. 


i8< 

a 

h. m. s. 
20 33 17-50 


^.0 

1 

" 1 
d 


1 
8ii M 


87.527 


C. C. 0. 587 


1 
/ /» ' 

- 5 18 55.6 : 


812 ' S 


+> 


48. 40 


+0 


1-5 


87.784 


C. C. 0. 589 


21 3 9.04 


-20 56 5.7 


813 s 


+' 


41.70 


• 


• • 


87.784 


C. C. 0. 590 


21 3 15.56 


—20 59 50.6 ' 


814 P 


+1 


41.80 +3 


46.8 


90.757 


a • • 


• • • 

• 


. • • 


815 


M 


• 


1 

+2 


28.4 


87.497 


C. C. 0. 593 


21 4 46.39 


-20 58 34-4 


816 > S 


• 


• • 


• 


• • 


87.784 


Anon. 


21 5 8 


i 


817 


S 


—0 


35-44 


—2 


18.2 


87.790 


DM. 6272 


21 34 12.3 


—22 56.0 


818 


L 


—0 


36.15 


—2 


H-7 


87.486 


... 


• • • 


• • • 


819 M 


—0 


34 67 -2 


17.7 


87.787 


... 


• « • 


• • • 


820 


S 


— 


24 56 


-R> 


39.4 


87.790 


DM. 6272 


21 34 12.3 


—22 56.0 


821 


L 


—0 


24.27 ' -|-o 


40.1 


87.486 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


822 M 

1 


—0 


24.88 


-1^ 


38.2 


87.787 


• • • 


• • • 


• • • 


823 


S 


—0 


13.69 


+1 


24-3 


87.790 


DM. 6272 


21 34 ".3 


—22 56.0 


824 


M 


—0 


H-39 


• 


• • 


87.787 


... 


> . . 


... 


825 


M 


+0 


25 30 


+' 


7.2 


87.527 


C. Z. 1014 


21 33 41.52 


—23 41 46.8 


S26 


S 


+2 


8.69 


• 


• • 


87.768 


C. C. 0. 599 


21 53 32.28 


— 6 8.1 


827 1 M 


+^ 


8.71 ; +2 


22.9 


87.565 


• 


• « • 


. . . 


828 


S 


+3 


13-57 


— 


58.7 


87.768 


C. C. 0. 598 


21 52 27.31 


- 5 56 45.4 


829 


s 


• 


! 


• • 


88.834 


Anon. 


21 59 2 

• 


1 

• • • 

i 


830 ' S 

1 


+4 


42.40 


—0 


58.3 


88.834 


Anon. 


22 2 15 


-26 41 1 

1 


831 


p 


+3 


21.99 


+« 


47-1 


88.836 


Anon. 


22 3 35 


—26 44 


83J p 


+3 


11.63 ^ 


30.0 


88.836 


Anon. 


22 3 45 


-26 40 


833 


s 


+> 


32.87 +0 


39.0 


87.782 


C. C. 0. 601 


22 18 0.36 


-17 48 44.0 ! 


834 p 


+' 


32.46 


+0 


41.8 


88.773 


• • « 


• • • 


• • • 


83s s 

1 


+0 


44.44 


— I 


31.9 


87.782 


C. C. 0. 602 


22 18 49.01 


-17 46 36.5 


836; p 


-ho 


44.10 


1 
— I 


30-4 


88.773 


• • • 


• • ■ 


• • • 


837 s 


—I 


33-49 1 


. . 


87.782 


DM. 6526 


22 21 6.1 


—17 49.1 


838 s 


, -0 


1-39 


+» 


52.1 


87.784 


C. C. 0. 603 


22 26 32.79 


— 14 44 2.0 ' 


839 ! P 





1.42 +2 


54.0 


89 738 


... 


. . . 


• • • 


840 


s 


—0 


53.84 ; 


29.7 


87.784 


C. C. 0. 605 


22 37 25.78 


—14 40 38.7 



238 



SOUTHERN NEBCLS. 



Numbe 


Name. 


Observed 


No. 
Comp. 


Observed 


No. 
Comp 


Magn 
tude. 


Size. 


Notes. 

1 


, 841 


G. C. 4802 


m. 
—0 




53*: 98 


16 


—0 29.3 


1 

3 1 


1 
. . . 


• • • 


1 

1 
1 


842 


• • • 


— I 


42.05 


3 


V • • 


1 


... 


• • • 


; 1 

1 


843 


L. M. 255 


+' 


8.95 


2 


• • • 


1 


• • • 


• • • 


1 


\ 844 


« « • 


+' 


*8.34 


16 


• • • 







• • • 


1 


\ 845 


• • • 


+0 


0.04 


8 


-I 50.9 


■ 2 1 


. . . 


• • ■ 


1 


' 846 

1 


• • • 


—0 


0.69 


15 


—1 51. 1 


2 

1 


H-5 


0.3 


' R, sbMN 

1 1 


' 847 


« • • 


• 


■ ■ 





-I 49.8 


1 
2 


• • • 


• • • 


1 
1 


848 


L. M. 256 


• 


• • 





33-9 


1 
2 1 


. . . 


• ■ • 


1 


849 


• • • 


-\-s 


932 


12 


—0 35-6 


, 2 , 


pB 


0.1 


1 bM ' 


850 


. . . 


+4 


18.28 


12 


+1 24.6 


2 


13.0 


0.1 


, bMN 


851 


• • • 


-h> 


52.99 


16 


• • • 


1 


1 


• ■ « 


• • • 


1 


852 


. . . 


•— 


14.76 


16 


• • • 


1 ' 


. . . 


• • • 


1 


853 


G. C. 4834 


-H> 


16.12 


■ 

12 


+1 25. 8 


1 2 1 

t 
1 


pB 


0.4 


glbMN 

1 1 


854 


■ • • 


— I 


3146 


9 


27.5 


4 ' 


• • • 


0.4 


R, dif 


' 855 


G. C. 4850 


+0 


59-21 


6 


■ • ■ 





".5 


« • • 


E 135^ bMN 


1 856 


• • ■ 


-H> 


5904 


12 


+3 20.0 


' 4' 

1 


14.0 


1.2x0.5 


E 105°, vgsmbM 1 

1 


' 857 


G. C. 4900 


~2 


25 -33 


9 


—4 47-3 


1 2 1 

1 


12. 


0.8 X 


IRjVgsmbMstellN; 


858 


■ • • 


6 


24.14 


7 


-3 36.2 


1 1 
1 2 1 


12. 


0.3 


1 mbM 


859 


G. C. 4925 


3 


59-31 


9 


—3 13-9 


2 


12. 


0.6 


' iR, gscBMN ! 


860 


• * • 


-3 


59.08 


16 


—3 12.4 


2 


14-5 


O.I 


1 IbM 1 

1 


861 


G. C. 4928 


3 


20.33 


9 


+1 23.0 


4 ' 

1 


13.0 


0.4 


R, smbMstellN 

1 


862 


• • • 


3 


20.30 


16 


+1 24.7 


' 2 1 

1 1 


13.0 


0.3 


1 gmbMN ' 

1 1 


863 


Nova 


-5 


51.21 


8 


+1 44.1 


1 
. 2 1 


14.0 


0.1 


Stell 


864 


Nova 


• 


. . 





+1 16. 1 


1 
2 I 


• • • 


• • > 


1 1 
1 


, S65 


• • • 


+» 


18.64 


& 


« • • 


1 

1 


■ • • 


• • • 


1 


866 

1 


... 


+2 


7.62 


6 


« « • 


1 


• • • 


■ • • 


- 


867 


. . . 


—2 


14.28 


8 


— 29 . I 


i 2 ' 


14.0 


0.1 


1 Stell 


868 


G. C. 4984 


+0 


33 38 


3 


• « • 


1 

1 


■ • • 


• • • 


1 


869 


• • • 


+0 


8.67 


6 


• • • 


' 


• • • 


• • • 


1 


870 


... 


—2 


4-71 


6 


• • • 




1 


■ • 


. . . 


1 
1 



I / 



SOtrrRERN SEBVLM. 



239 






841 
842 

843 
844 
845 

846 

847 

848 

849 
850 

851 

852 

853 

854 

855 
856 

857 
858 

859 

860 
861 
862 

863 

864 

865 

866 

867 

868 

869 
870 



u 
> 



1890.0 



o 



Ja 



J^ 



m. H. 
o 5398 



/' I 



— o 29.3 



— I 42.04 



+1 8.33 



— o 0.69 — 



I 51.0 
I 51.2 



• • • 



p 

s 
s 
p 
s 

M 

I 

p I 

s . 
p 

I 
P I +4 18.26 1 4"* 24.4 

S i 

I 

s 
p 

M 

S 



+5 9-27 



-I 49.9 
-o 33-7 
-o 35-3 



I 



-fo 16.12 



M , 

I 



— 1 3«-44 
+0 59.20 

+0 5903 



+1 25.9 



27-5 



+3 20.3 



P 

I 

M 

I 

P ! 

M I 
P 

P 1 
S 

s 
s 
p 
s 
s 
s 



-6 24.05 
—3 59- 28 
—3 5908 



— 3 20.31 ' +1 22.8 



— 3 20.29 
~5 51-19 



... 



■2 14.28 -|-o 29.1 



M . —2 25.29 —4 47.6 



-3 36.6 
—3 H-2 
-3 12.8 . 



+1 24.7 ; 
+1 44-3 



Epoch 

1800+ 



89.738 

87.784 
88.828 

88.S28 

88.828 

87.787 
88.828- 
88.831 
88.919 

90.757 
88.899 

88.899 

88.842 

87.919 

87.724 

87.847 
87.924 

88.927 

87.949 

89.743 
87.949 

89.743 
90.771 

87.784 
87.784 

87.784 
90.771 

87.784 
87.784 
87.784 



Comp. Star. 



1890.0 



a 



h. m. s. 
C. C. O. 605 22 27 25.78 

DM. 6307 22 28 12.0 

C. C. O. 607 22 31 56.63 



14 40 38.7 

H 38.9 

23 12 49.2 



C. C. O. 609 I22 33 5.66 —23 12 30.2 



C. Z. 1034 22 34 29.94 —24 16 38.1 ; 



Anon. 
Anon. 
Anon. 
Anon. 



22 35 21 
22 38 46 
22 39 i4 
22 41 34 



-24 19 



C. C. O. 615 22 43 21.72 



-22 54 

-22 52 24.7 

I 
C. C. O. 616 i22 44 54.86 —21 14 45.8 



C. Cat. 31519 23 8 37.12 
C. Cat. 31588 23 12 35.43 
C. C. O. 630 23 15 41.37 



29 3 23.7 

29 4 35.3 
5 16 28.7 



C. C. O. 630 23 IS 41.37 — 5 16 28.7 



C. C. 0.631 23 31 5.62 
Anon. I ... 



3 34 M-o 
3 35 



■ • • 



Anon. 23 26 32 

Anon. 23 26 43 ... 

C. C. O. 631 23 31 5.62—3 34 14.0 

Anon. 23 28 20 ... 

Anon. J23 28 45 

Anon. 23 30 58 



240 



SOUTHERN NEBULJE. 



u 
Xi 

B 

s 



871 
872 

873 
874 

87s 
876 

877 

878 
S79 
880 
881 
883 

883 
884 
885 

886 
887 
888 
889 
890 



Name. 



G. C. 4984 



G. C 



G. C 
G. C 



G. C 



L. M 



L. M 



6212 



4997 
4998 



5000 



268 



273 



Observed 
Ja 



m. a. 

—3 36.86 

—3 36.90 
—5 0.57 

+1 48.09 

+1 23.36 

+0 5004 

—2 22.17 

— 2 22.05 



—3 45-74 
—2 21.18 



. • . 



—I 3308 

—I 33 29 

+0 3748 

-f<5 37-44 

-fo 14.67 

— 1 46.90 

H-o 57-85 

+0 57.59 



. a 

3B 
Z o 

U 



6 
8 
8 

3 
6 

3 
6 

8 

o 

8 

6 

o 

8 

12 

12 

9 
12 

12 

9 
20 



Observed 



// 



+1 27.4 
+1 19-3 
-fo 32.7 



.iO. 

Z o 
U 



I 
2 
2 
o 
o 
o 

2 



— o 12.9 I 
— o 10.2 I 4 
+2 45-2 ! a 



— 2 19.2 

+2 30.1 

-o 47-3 

-o 45.9 

+0 57-9 

+0 59-5 

— o 48.3 

-I 17.7 

+3 o-i 

+3 2.2 



c ^ 

OAT} 

oi P. 



Size. 



Notes. 



2 

3 

2 

2 

2 

4 

2 



14.0 

! 

13-0 ! 



14.0 



o . . . 



2 14.0 



".5 



12.0 



"•5 
13.0 

15.0 

• • • 

15.3 
M-5 



o 
o 
o 



Stell 



4.0x0.5 

2 

5 



Stell 



3 

4 
I 



E 15°, vglbM 
R, bmstellN 
gbrnstellN 

R, gbpmbsbMN 

R.gbM 

IbM 



0.5 X 0.3 E ioo°j dif 
0.5x0.3 glbM 



SOUTHERN NEBUL£. 



241 



J3 



3 
1^ 



871 
872 

873 
874 

876 

877 
878 

879 
880 



> 

CO 

o 



s 
p 
p 
s 
s 
s 
s 
p 
p 
p 



881 M 

883 P 
883 I s 



8S4 

885 



p 

L 



886 M 



887 
888 



P 
P 



889 M 

890 I P 



1890.0 



Aa 



in. B. 
-3 36.85 

-3 36.89 

—5 0.56 



• • • 



— 2 22.16 

— 2 22.05 

• • • 

-3 45-73 

— 2 21.19 

> • • 

— "i 33 08 



Jd 



/' 



+1 27.4 
+1 19.4 
+0 32.8 



■ ■ • 



— o 12. 8 



■— o 

— 2 
— o 



—I 3329 — o 
-fo 37-48 -ho 
+0 37-44 +0 

p 
t 

-f-o 14.67 — o 
— I 46.90 — I 

1 
I 

+0 57-84 +3 
-fo 57-59 +3 



10. 1 
45-2 

• 

i9-'3 
30-0 
47-3 
45-9 
57-9 
59-5 
48.4 
17.8 

o 3 
2^3 



Epoch 
1800-I- 



87.784 
90.771 

90.771 

87.784 
87-784 
87.784 
87.784 



Comp. Star. 



1890.0 



a 



C. C. O. 633 

• • • 

DM. 5683 

Anon. 

Anon. 

Anon. 

C. C. O. 633 



b. m. B. 
23 32 29.69 



O / // 

3 29 13.0 



[23 33 53.3 I — 3 28.5 

'23 28 20 

23 28 45 

23 29 15 

23 32 29.69 — 3 29 13.0 



90.771 

90.771 , Anon. 

90.771 DM.5683 1233353.3 

87.724 BonnVI,p.334'23 35 29.10 

88.894 C. C. O. 635 ;23 34 45.37 

88.894 i C. C. O. 636 23 34 48.68 

88.894 ... I ... 

I 

I 

87.650 C. C. O. 634 '23 33 35.17 

87.847 I ... ... 

89.743 Anon. 23 43 33 

89-743 C. C. O. 639 j23 45 35.30 

87.787 C. C. O. 643 I23 58 41.65 
89 -737 



— 3 32 

— 3 28.5 

-75 14-9 

— 13 36 42.1 

—13 33 25.0 

« • • 

-12 55 7.6 



• • • 



14 o 

13 59 16.0 

17 8 23.2 



I 

1 



/ 



I. , . • r — 



' - / * 






NEBULA OF ORION, i886-'94. 



NEBULA OF ORION, i886-'94. 



NOTES OF OBSERVATIONS. 



1886. January 8. 

p. edge of A^ more curved than in index ixiap ;* no bridge at ^4. h 
seems to broaden out toward lower end. A dark hole ip e^ ; (?, and e^ 
quite bright. E^ seems at times to blend with with Fy^ and F^. F\ more 
concave on 71. side than in map. 8. p, end of e^, g^, g^, and h^ are quite 
dark. A faint condensation in g^ O^ in line with Qi and a point half 
way between iV^j and 686, about i distance Q^ to 685.| ^2-^ ^^^ ^^^^ 
though looked for. p. end of Q^ the brighter, and = O^ nearly. Nebu- 
losity grows fainter toward s. end of v, Z smaller than shown in map. 
^i^j very dark. The curved edges between //j and V2, fi^ and v^, etc. not 
so apparent as I had supposed, p. end of /i^ much the brighter. A 
narrow bay precedes /jl^ ; //j extends nearly to f p 

/t, > rt . 618 > 612 . 

[Note added January 9.] 

F^ quite faint ; F^^ Fi> F^; brightness of F^ midway between 
that of F^ and of F^, i^ looks very nearly same shape as in last year's 
drawing, but F2 perhaps a little too large [in the drawing], f, very faint, 
but yet easily visible. 

February 8. 

A faint mass of nebula between s. p. end of ^2 ^^^ ^- ^2 ^^ knotted ; 
a channel (not dark but fainter) separates J?, from By s. end of JB^ ^^ 
not at star but follows it. B^ and A^ are not sufficiently curved in the 
1885 drawing. 

* Publications of the Leander McGormick Oheervatory. Vol. I, opp. p. 44. 
ti. e. F^Fj^F^. 

ti. e. Bond 685. Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College, Vol. 
V, p. 70 et seq. 



246 NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 

Think D^ the brightest portion of the nebula to-night. 

Condensation in g^ is small and faint. 

The two darkest places are ZyZ^^ and v^^ especially n. of Z,. 

J.3 > J.2,* > A^g. These are the three brightest portions of A. 

[Note added February 9.] 

J. 4 not visible ; a^Afi^ the darkest portion of A, Have a faint 
recollection of a dark channel running from A^ toward V. The shape 
of the brighter portion of E^ is very nearly as in map, so that in poor 
seeing, as last night, the map seems correct. In January e^ seemed no 
broader at^. end than aty. end; this was, however, perhaps due to the 
better seeing at that time. There is a channel between i and E^ Saw 
L ; about as in map. [The brighter portion of T^ describes an arc of 
a circle with 619 as a centre, the [j?.] end pointing nearly toward ^3. 
Saw t^ ; about as shown in map. X^ extends out almost in a straight line 
toward 523 ; widening gradually from C^ toward 523 and growing gradu- 
ally fainter but extending beyond 523. 

• 

February 22. 

Ay not visible. B^ has two condensations. A darker portion sepa- 
rates B^ from Cy. p, edge of L ^ distance from f. end of A^ to p. end 
of I,. 

A^>D,>E,; E,>G>ff; E,>I,>G; II>E>B; 

Ql = Ay\ ^2p = -Tj • 

654 was very faint but seen steadily most of the evening. Did not 
see 595, 601, 608, 631 though looked for. Think I caught glimpse of 
676 once or twice, but am not sure. 567 is always plainly seen when 
looked for. 647 > 671 > 575 4t 622 1 589 > 664. Only one star 
[seen] at 622, and also at 671. Do not remember ever to have seen any 
star in F. Saw two stars above 622 [621 and 631]. 

March 1. 

Fearfully poor seeing. 

TTlies half way between 575 and 635. p. portion is brightest. 



* i. e. south portion of i!,. 
t i. e. 4 steps brighter than. 



OBSEBYATIONS OF OBMOND STONE. 247 

March 4. 

Poor seeing. 

B2 has two condensations, one [B^ \ distance from 575 to 589, the 
other [jSy] J distance from 575 to ^3. D^ almost stellar. There is a 
channel between i and E^\ n. portion of i is the brighter, i extends 
toward 606 ; the p, edge nearly in line with p. edge of E^. F^ and F^ 
mnch fainter than F^, Condensation between L and 622. L is made up 
of two portions. 

p, edge of X starts near 8. corner of ^2 instead of as in last year's 
index map. 

z^ darkest part of nebula ; v^ next. 

A^^f = A ; F^> I^> E^^G; LyyL2> L^. [Sketch in observ- 
ing book shows that L^ = Z., Z, = Z^i^* -^s ^ ^« ^^ small condensation 
following Zp^.] 671 2 575 1 622 2 589; 647 3 671. 

622 is beyond the end ol A^hy about f distance between 619 and 
624. 631 the only star in region 8.f. .622. Saw 675 steadily, but could 
not see 654. 

September 26. 

[^2] brightest portion of the nebula. 

B^ has a condensation in line with 669 and 567. 8. end of B^ occu- 
pies place given (in index map) to «. end of h. p, edge of B^ passes 575. 
Quite black in 8. end of [channel in] b. Dark between B^ and C^, C^ 
only about -^ the width of Cj. As dawn brightens, cavity in ^^ comes 
out quite distinct. N^ not visible [as a separate condensation]. N^ a 
little y. O2 a little^, line joining 685 and Q^. 

A,2B,;A,lI),;By = A,;B, = Z;B,lA,;B,2C\;C,=.C,2X,; 
C\1B,; D, = A,; E, = Z,; F,l I,; F2 = L\ F^M^', Fl E,=rM,; 
G = Q,; = II\ G2F^', Gl 0,1 H = N,= 6>,; (? 2 //; 7/2 O,; 
H2F,2F^^ I^^G, I,2F^ = n', I.^F^; 1,1 G; Il,2B,1A\; 
LIG. 

575 5 '589. 

Qh 27»« 40t X, disappeared. 

5 28 40 Z>j disappeared. 

5 30 20 JbTi and R barely visible. 

5 31 50 Jfi still seen ; Ml E^ 



248 NEBULA OF ORION, 1886-'94. 

5* SS"* 10* Q^ disappeared ; Di> I^> OQ. 

6 35 &A>D>F>I>OQ^Yiot which are still visible. 

September 27. 

A^ too long in index map. A condensation in ly A bole in b. where 
it enters J. This hole is in line with 589 and [point corresponding with] 
the letter^'* of index map. Line of greatest brightness of h passes 575 at 
about ^ distance from 575 to 589. The channel b cuts through «/, but 
this is only seen at times. The f. edge forms nearly the arc of a circle 
commencing at J9. comer of /,. A^ = A^ I can hardly believe that the 
change in relative brightness of A^ and A^ during the past 24 hours is 
due to any change in definition. The definition is not nearly so good as 
it was yesterday morning. Only a little after I find ^^ 3 Z = A^ 

G i E^l M^^i Z,) I^ = K^\ centreof ./=^,; J, = K,\ K^ = Z^\ 
K^l Z,l E^\ M^=^ T,2 E. 

647 7 671 3 622 ; 647 7 671 3 575 ; saw 595 and 676. 

September 29. 

A channel is suspected between A^ and A^^ ; condensation between. 
A wing extends from 622 toward t^. Space between /j, Z, and condensa- 
tion f, L\^ dk nearly round hole. Another hole f. this lies between 622 
and a point mid-way between 621 and 631, extending from 622 to n. p. 
edge of ly L is composed of two portions, l^ is a nearly round hole. 
621 is only about half as far from 631 as from 622. M much more 
curved than in index map, and but for a small channel crossing at a point 
a little y. line joining 622 and 631 would form a continuation of I^ At 
times I suspected that J/| and M^ were separate condensations. 

s,f, end of A^ brightest part of nebula ; Z^i 2 ^3 = A^\ G = 0^\ 
0^2 0,2 N,', Q, = O,. 

602 when seen seemed almost or quite as bright as 631, but was not 
seen nearly so steadily ; must in reality be a magnitude fainter than 631. 
621 is only seen occasionally ; 647 5 671 5 575. 

In the dawn/*, edge of A much brighter than D. A^ nearly or quite 

as bright [as] Az^. 

, . 5 — • 

• Probably J, 



OBSERVATIONS OF ORMOND STONE. 249 

[Note added after leaying observing room.] 

No bridge A^ has been seen on the three nights I have thns far ob- 
served this season. As I become more familiar with the nebula I find a 
tendency to see it broken up into a greater number of condensations. 
Thus L is evidently composed of two condensations ; and I suspect at 
times a similar division of M, and J.,. A^ is decidedly fainter than A^, 
with a [still] fainter portion in the centre a. 

iV^ was not seen [as a separate condensation]. 0^ and iT, are more 
nearly in line with [686 and ^J than shown in index map. The region 
ST needs more careful study than has been hitherto given it. There is 
a decidedly brighter portion somewhere near 654. t^ was seen to-night. 

676 was glimpsed only occasionally. 625 not seen, nor do I remem- 
ber ever to have seen it. Did not see 602 nor 601. Did not [see] 675, 
686, nor 688 ; though I do not remember to have looked for them so 
carefully as to positively say they are not there. Looked for star n. of 
567 but could [not] see any. 

September 30. 

Nucleus [By] in B^ plainly seen, another fainter one [Bp] about half 
way between 575 and [By], A ridge of nebulosity extends from /*. end 
of M^ to brightest portion of Tj. Perhaps there is in reality a nucleus y. 
^2- In the passage of clouds across the field A^ remained visible longest, 
/and NOQ were next in brightness, disappearing almost together. 

While [clouds] had nearly obscured the nebula I estimated A 3 
NOQ 2 /,. All except a small portion (like a point) of jD, disappeared 
before either /or NOQ. 

/), 3 /; 2 /; = W', /; 3 Q^^0\ N,> N^, Nothing seen at 7V3 
(clouds); N.mi M,; 0,1 Q, 3 0^3 N,; W = G. 

[Note added after leaving dome.] 

Thought tonight that I recognized again a channel between A^ and 
A 2,. Am not certain that /j is brighter than F2 *^ ^^^ larger extent of 
/i may have helped to attract my attention when clouds obscured the 
nebula. Think there is another nucleus /. J\ ; both it and I\ are very 
small. 



250 NEBULA OP ORION, 1886-'94. 

October 1. 

A nuclens in A^ nearly in line with B^ and M^ Suspect ^^ to be 
composed of three nuclei. No bridge in A, 

Position angle 103.5 : one wire bisects 619, the other 624 ; B^Ci 
bisects space between wires. Nndei in J?, plainly seen althongh the 
night is very poor. The general outline of p. side of B passes at the 
edge through 575, but the line of greatest intensity certainly follows 575 
at about ^ the distance toward 589. At times seems quite dark except 
in nuclei. 'Channel between B^ and C^ plainly Tisible. 

/ has a condensation in line with Zy and jp^, and with A^ and J^y 
No nucleus between ^ and Q^. Brightest part of 7\ follows 640. a^ has 
two condensations. 

A^> A,> A,^> A^> A,^> Au; A^3 B^; A^ 1 A^ 2 D,; 

A,l Gl B,; A>D,> NOQ > I, = F^> ^,; ^,2^1 C, ; 

1), = F^^0^=0^', D.^G'HI', A\ = Ji; F^2G2II; F^ = I,', 

G2F,= 0, = 0,2H, G=0, = 0,= Qf>N,,N,,Q,^ T,i T,; 

W = H\ a^j, = K^\ ayj= Z^. 

[Note added after leaving dome.] 

Quite a deep re-entering angle extends [into] A [between A^ and 
^3.] B^ e/ looks very much as shown in Common's photograph ;t the j?. 
edge curves out into^. h is much broader at its n. end. 

L and the condensation in l^ look as shown in Common's photograph. 
S is really comparable in brightness with the background of / . . . (>. 
Have noticed T^, several times. Have a faint recollection of having seen 
another very faint bridge in v^, /i, > //j. r seems changed, but the night 
is so extremely poor, that I am not at all certain. 

^19 ^39 ^29 ^^^ ^4 seen. 

October 3. 

Condensation in I^ in line with G and the «. edge of condensation 
\B,-\ ID B^ 

A^ ^ A,=D,4: W; A, = D,2F,2 W; £, = A^ 2 A,; 
F,3 (il H. 



•Undoubtedly Q,. 

t Photograph of the Great Nebula in Orion. Feb. 28, 1883. A. A. Common. 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBMOND STONE. 251 

589 1 575 1 622 3 651 2 631 ; 676 2 651 2 641 ; 621 = 16.0 m. ; 
631 = 14.5 m. ; [602] = 15.5 m. ; 601 and 654 looked for and not seen ; 
642 only suspected. 

October 5. [Written after leaviug dome.] 

The nebnla was very faint on account of clouds and lamp light. 
A^ formed a separate condensation, much brighter than the two portions 
of A^ just p, and n, F^ contains a small nucleus which is decidedly 
brighter than the remainder of the condensation. ^^ is at least one 
magnitude brighter than D^. 

^y>^; ^3>^u; I>i = r, = O,; F, 2 Z^; 0,1 0^2 Q,; 
0> N\ 0> E^. 

628 15 619 = 640 10 ± 624. 

October 6. 

Ay> A, = A^> Ap = A^ = A,> A^\ A, > A,> A^\ A, = A^\ 
A^ZA^^D,\ ^y3 A3^o ^. > ^O D, = Ai^Ii^; F3 GSIT; 

= A; ai 0,1 Q,10, = IL 

//3 W5 F; II==F,2F,5F,; Z^ = F,. 

575 1 622 2 589 ; 635 10 647 3 671 ; 651 3 641 ; 641 3 618 3 
612 ; 647 3 671 2 575 3 589 ; 622 3 575 2 589 ; 647 4 671 6 622 

1 675 ; 651 4 641 2 618 3 612 ; 647 5 575 5 651 ; 636 5 621 5 
648 ; 589 =r 621 ; 651 3 641 3 676 ; 641 3 651 3 676 3 631 ; 
602 = 631. 

There is perhaps another condensation [between] B^ and [A^]. Lf 
is much brighter than Z^. 

Could not see 686 and 688 ; 642 very faint ; only glimpsed if seen 
at all. 

621 only about a third as far from 631 as from 622. 

October 7. 

From ^, to -4y is a y shaped ridge which forms the brightest portion 
of the nebula. The p, edge of A is fainter than the/*. [Between A^ and 
A^ is a pretty well defined bay at the opening of which («. end) there is 
little if any more nebulosity than at the center of the whole mass of A. 
Ap grows brighter to a nucleus which lies about twenty degrees from line 
joining 601 [as shown on index map] and Zy, taking Z^ as the center. 



252 NEBULA OP OEION, 1886-'94. 

At ^a the jp. edge is almost parallel with the^; edge of A^. Faint con- 
densation between B^ and Ay^, B^ is half way between and in line with 
567 and A^, 

\F^ is composed of two portions, the p. of which is much the 
brighter. A channel from 601 to G [601 not seen]. G is narrower than 
shown in index map. A rather large condensation in /, in line with L^ 
and point half way between F^ (brightest part, of course) and f^ Nebu- 
losity n.y. /, in line with boundary (between^' and Z,) and G, I see no 
definite channel between this nebulosity and /i, but I have an impression 
there is a ridge in I^ pointing toward G. This ridge is farther 8. than 
the cape mentioned. 

L is composed of three parts. [Canal between L^ and ZJ is in line 
with 567 and 589. 

^y2^^5^e3 A^\ ^,3 Ab = A,; A^ 2 ^^ 3 ^.; ^« 3 Ar, 
A^^ B^Z Ar, ^. = ^y;^^3A; A^>B^ = D,', B^ = I)^. 

It is difficult to say whether ^4^ is really brighter than A^, Perhaps 
the apparent difference is due to the addition of the light from 608. It 
is certain, however, that the n. p. end ot Ay seems generally brighter 
than the /*. The whole length of Ay^^^, except the channels, seems 
brighter than Di, /j is brightest in line with G and Qi. With power 
850 L seems brighter than Ay, with 200 Ay seems the brighter. 

575 2 622 3 589 ; did not see 654 ; 642, if seen at all, was only 
glimpsed. 

651 3 641 when definition is best ; at other times 641 3 651. 651 
is at the edge of D^ and is apparently affected by the luminosity of that 
condensation. Any real change in the brightness of 651 is therefore 
placed in doubt. 

647 3 671 5 575 ; 651 3 641 2 612 1 618 ; 636 == 676 3 631 3 648. 

Gould not see either 654 or 642 ; tried power 850 with the same 
result. Cannot see 595 nor 608. Think I can glimpse 608, but it is very 
difficult to distinguish 608 from the surrounding nebulosity. 

[Note added after leaving dome.] 

Seeing tonight was not as good as last night. Was unable to see the 
filaments seen last year. The channel between the two portions of 7^, 
was quite plainly seen. 675 is not in //(as Holden has it), but follows 



OBSEBYATIONS OF ORXOND STONE. 263 

jp^. Afc least I saw steadily a star in that position, although I did not 
look for one in H^ not thinking at the time of the position given it by 
Holden. 

October 8. 

A ridge of nebulosity extends along the f, shore of A , separated 
from it by the channel a,. A^ extends out into a,, stretching almost or 
quite across to U, Could not separate A^. 

[Sketch shows a small condensation, x^ a little following a line join- 
ing 622 and 631 ; another, ^, forms a wing extending «. f, from 631 ; a 
third, 2, is near the intersection of a line joining M^ and G with another 
joining y and M^ There is a pocket at the intersection of a line joining 
J/j and y with another joining « and 3.] J/i > « > y . 

Ux has three nuclei. U^ in line with 628 and L^. Distances : 
Zy — il^ = 2 ; ^y — ?7. = 1 ; i,'. — 628 == 2. Uf, in line with A^ and 
619. U^ in line with 619 and channel between A^ and A^. 

A^> A^> A^^ A^> A,^ A^\ Ai^ = A^ = A^\ A^^ A^^^\^ A^,^\ 
A, = A^> Lx = A^\ Ai = B,; B^iW^B^; F,lM^li:^2A\; 

Til TT^l Z^; Ti = A^ ; at other times Tj = Z,. 

602 = 595 ; 631 = 602 3 595 3 621 ; 575 2 622 2 589 ; 567 = 595 ; 
647 1 671 3 575 2 622 ; 676 = 612 = 618 ; 631 3 633 2 648 1 621 ; 
[651 = 641.] 

675, = 15.5 mag., is almost exactly in line with 685 and 708, about 
^ as far from 685 as 685 is from 708. There is a 15.5 mag. ^ in channel 
between Oi and iVi. Could not see 686 and 688. There are two stars 
[one of which is 642] ; one in line with 669 and 575, the other in line 
with 669 and 589. 651 and 641 are almost exactly equal ; 651, however, 
is apt to disappear suddenly in the nebulosity. 676 is in continual 
change of brightness, probably on account of surrounding nebulosity. 
612 and 618 are in a dark pocket ; 612, however, is near a nebulous shore. 

October 10. 

Bright moon. 

I cannot see A^. A well marked bay between Ay and A^, A^ and 
A^ not separated. Channel between (A^A^) and A^ is distinct. Ap is 



264 NEBULA OP ORION, 1886-'94. 

triangular in form [one] of the angles pointing towards A^, Channel in 
Z well seen, especially that between Z« and Zy. 4 is a dark pocket (call 
it ^a)* ^a> ^fi9 ^y ^^e three pockets, il^ is unnsnally faint tonight, appear- 
ing like a faint wing to O2 in line with 686, O2, Qi. 

Ay3A^3 Di. I feel doubtful whether A^is not after all brighter 
than Ay. 608, a large part of the time, seems simply like a condensation 
in Ay, and the light of 608 so blends with the nebulosity about it as 
simply to intensify the brightness of that nebulosity. 

Ay4:A^2Ap3At. Notwithstanding this estimate Ay may be fainter 
than A^, since I cannot help feeling that a large part of the brightness of 
Ay is due to the presence of 608. This seems the more probable since 
the n.p. end of ^^ seems much brighter than the s.f. end. 

Ay2Zy5 Ap; A^3 Zy3 A^; ^^ = ^^; ^, = 4^ 6 Z.; A^S B^; 
A,2W2Aa; ^^ 2 J, 4 Z. ; D,3F^5 GUI; D,SF^3 G; F^Z I, 
3 G3 I£; G=Q\ Z^ 1 Z^ 4 Z. ; Z^ 3 Zp 3 Z« ; Z 2 6^ 2 > condensa- 
tion in I^ between G and Z. 

When I first -looked at N^ it seemed as bright as 0^\ this was prob- 
ably due to the [poor seeing]. O^ = O^, Q^= N^XQ N^\ Q^i G = 
0^10,2 11= Ny ; C,p = iTi, much brighter than iV,. Q,5R=G = //; 
Q,2 0^10^lG\Ii\ H. 

Ji d 2\ = Oxf 6 <Tjp. The differences in situation of R, <t, and T make 
it difficult to estimate their relative brightness. a^2 7\ 2 a^^ = R, 

676 5 * in ni 2 675 ; 676 3 * in n, 1 676 ; 602 = star in n^ ; 621 
= star in 7I1 ; star in n^ is so imbedded in nebulosity that it can only be 
be seen at times, but when seen it sometimes shines out* quite distinctly. 
696 was seen quite plainly earlier in the evening. Now, T can barely 
glimpse it, if I can see it at all. 

No star seen in Q^ or 0^ ; no star in H\ 602 = 631 = 676 ; 676 2 

622 3 689. 

631 2 608 2 602 ; 651 = 641 ; 651 3 676 3 * in n^ ; 647 1 671 
6 576 ; 622 3 651 3 631 ; 641 = 661 = 622 ; 612 = 618 =: 631 = 567. 

No star seen in Z. 625, 642, 654 not seen. 

[Note added after leaving dome.] 

A faint cape extends from A^ into, or across a,, toward 619. C^has 
a condensation between 628 and Ay^ another opposite the bay between 



OBSEBYATIONS OF ORHOND STONE. 266 

Ay and il<, another one near 619, forming a ridge of nebulosity extending 
from the condensation first named in a curve ending at the pocket t^^ at a 
point a little 8, f. 612. 612 is at the boundary between ^^ and the rid^e 
above described. 618 is well within ti. The index map does not at all 
well show this region. Li is much fainter than the other condensations 
near. 

October 11. 

Bright moon. 

When looked at a little out of focus, the f. edge of A had a good 
deal of the convoluted appearance seen in Lassell's drawing of 1862. 
This appearance is no longer seen when the eye-piece is carefully focused. 
^ a is not seen, but instead there is a bay, which disappears when the 
definition is bad ; showing an almost straight line, at times, along the f. 
edge of A. The channel a, is quite dark except where crossed by a cape 
extending from A^ io Uy, The condensations ^., A^^ -4,, J[^„ j4„ A^ 
are well separated by channels. A^ and Ay^ as also A^ and J^^, were not 
separated. At times A^ and Ay are well separated. At times a division 
is suspected in A^. Suspect that Ay is composed of two condensations. 

The channels around iV^ are so bright that at first glance N^ seems 
fainter than it really is. No well defined condensation at P^. In U the 
condensations a and ^ are quite well marked ; U^ in line with 628 and Ly ; 
Ufi in line with 619 andZ^; Uyiu line with 619 and n, edge of ^Ic. 
When first seen Uy and U^ blended together, but a careful examination 
showed the two condensations quite well marked. The lai^est of the four 

is Uy, 

Ay2A,lA^2D,^ B^; A.f> Aep; ^^p2Z, 2 J^/; A, = G. 
When first seen B^ seems at least as bright as j1< ; By2 A^\ />, 3 
F^^ G\ A = F^\ U= Uy4: U^\ U = W\ iV, not seen; <?, 1 <? 3 n= 

Uaj^ is fainter than either of the condensations in A ; this appear- 
ance may be partly due to the great brightness of the trapezium. Uy = 
WZ 71; W=By = A,. 

^]y. 3 i^ 1 a^p. Although the condensation of Y^ (the part observed, 
it being the brightest) is > <rip, the latter is so large, and the intensity is 



256 NEBULA OP OBION, 1886-'94. 

so evenly distributed, as to make it appear several grades brighter than 
Y2 [taken as a whole]. 

608 is [in] line with 647 and Zy ; 612 and 618 in Kne with By Saw 
675 and star in rii ; 608 only occasionally seen. 

595 = 676 ; 589 = 602 ; 595 = 676 = 581 ; 589 2 573 2 651 ; 595 
3 601 3 675 ; 631 2 601 4 621 ; 575 3 622 3 589 ; 595 = 601 ; 608 = 
612 = 618 ; 647 3 671 2 575. 

567 = 601 ; 618 2 612 ; 641 = 651 5 676 = 631 ; 641 = 651 3 
612 = 618 ; 635 3 617 = 633 ; 669 15 635 ; 628 5 708 5 640 ; 640 3 617 
2 741 3 624 ; 647 2 709 2 671 ; 669 = 724 ; 558 1 647 1 709. 

Nova 1 =: 15.7 m.; Nova 2 = 16.0 m. These Novob are the faintest 
stars in the nebula. If Nova 1 is 642, it is misplaced on index map. 
Distance Nova 1 to Nova 2 = ^ distance Nova 1 to 647. Distance Nova 
1 to 647 = f distance 651. 

[Note added after leaving the dome.] 

I suspect that Ay is composed of two condensations, the n. p. one 
being very bright ; the 8. f. one fainter. This would account for my 
doubt as to whether the apparent brightness is merely due to the presence 
of 608. It is probably on account of the great intensity of ^ynp that 608 
is only visible at times. Could not see either 686 or 688. 

October 12. 

Ay is double ; cape from -4,, the point of which touches Uy ; Uy is 
larger than the other condensations in U and triangular in form. There 
is a faint condensation between 612 and A^y which is the capse of the 
angular appearance seen at times at [that] part of A . 

A casual glance shows B very nearly as in index map ; in reality, 
however, the different condensations of B are quite easily seen. A very 
faint condensation between Bi and A^, Suspect that B^ is composed of 
two condensations, of which the northern is the brighter. Bf^ at times 
seems as faint as ^, ; at others almost = Ay. I think this is due to the 
fact [that] By is so strongly condensed toward the middle. When the 
seeing is best, the condensation, which is quite bright, attracts the eye. 
When the seeing is poorest, the condensation diffuses itself, giving By the 
appearance of less condensation toward the center, and the eye grasps 



0B8EBVATI0NS OF OBMOND BTONE. 267 

the condensation as a whole ; the average brightness of which is much 
les8 than that of its center. 

A small faint condensation S^p and in line with 628 and A,, abont as 
far from 628 as Jl« is ; also in line with 619 and Qi ; about equal distances 
from 628 and 671. This is the brightest condensation in S. Another 
somewhat fainter condensation S^ between this one and the extreme f. 
end of M, These two condensations lie along the f. edge of a dark 
pocket. Suspect two channels in T; one between 647 and 618; the 
other between 647 and 640. 

On account of the bright stars near, it is difficult to estimate the 
relative brightness of the different condensations in U. Uyt suspected to 
extend inside the trapezium and that U^ has a complicated structure. It 
is too faint, however, to sketch. 

Two streaks of nebulosity suspected, the brighter extending from 
near D^ toward Qi ending between 647 and the nucleus of Y^ ; the other 
[n.y. this and] parallel [with it], but shorter and fainter. These streaks 
are so faint, however, that the casual impression is as shown in index map. 

A, S By 3 A^ 2 A,] Ay3 A,l Ap = Ly = A^; Ay 2 B^ 2 A^ ; 
A^2By2AB; Ay2 By2 Ly\ Ay S Ap== Ly = Zp3 Z^ = A^; Ab3 
A^ = Aa; Aais brightest around 589, shading off toward A^; A^2 B^ 
2T^2W=By. 

n. half of Ba is much brighter than the 8. half. ^^ 5 ^^ 3 B^; 
ByffmbM; I)i= Ay2 Zp = Zy = Ap = A, = A^; F^3 I,3G3H3E^. 

Z seems quite bright all the time. Za = U, 

iV^ 3 A^a 5 iVj ; NOQ is darkest between iV^ and Q^ ; the channel n 
< ri but > fs; 0^1Q10,= G^ 0,2 N,\ IL 

S, = Ba; S^ = Zs; T,3 B2M^] the brightest part of T is in line 
with 624 and Z^ ; T2 (i. e. brightest part of T, near /. end of T^ = By; 
T2 1 Tr2 r, 2 Ji; 7; 2 ^2 1 B. 

Probably U^ > Uy > Up > Us, tt^ 5 tt^ 5 y^S fa 15 fi. 

567 easily seen because the region p. B is so dark. 602 involved in 
/. 675 hard to see 01^ account of 685, as well as on account of nebula. 
Did not see star in 712, probably on account of poor definition. The dis- 
tinctness with which 595 is seen depends principally on definition. 

Cannot see 601, 625, 654. 602 5 567 = 675; 595 = 618 5 567 ; 
618 2 612 ; 595 5 602. 



258 NEBULA OF ORION, 1886-'94. 

675 1 622 2 589. At times these three stars seem almost eqaal. 
641 = 651. 651 at times not seen at all, at others very plainly. 608 
only glimpsed occasionally. 

618 2 612 3 676 3 631 ; 631 = 675 ; 708 1 647 5 671 ; 647 4 671 6 
575 ; 608 = 618 ; 671 5 573 = 575 ; 581 ^ 651. 

The two NovaB near 647 are the faintest stars in the nebula ; f. ^ 
15.3 m.; p, % 16 m. The ^ 16 m. only glimpsed. %f, not seen steadily. 

October 13. 

Night extremely poor. 

An not separable from A^. A^Z A^\ L^=^ A^=^ A^\ A^ invisible. 
Ay2Bj,2 A^ = A^ = A^', A^ = D,=^ B^\ A^^ A^ = A, =-■ A^ 3 Z^ 
= Ly. B^5 By2Ar, By2A^l A,; By3A, = A,3 B,; By = T^; 

Jjy = A^ u -/Ij = X/a^ 

C^ = By; D^4. Tyf ^W; GSI^SM,; 11% r, 3 J^,; I^ = L^=^ 

Nebula in channels n quite bright. 

0^ = Oi%G=Q^%H; 0^2 0^2 Q^; Q^dQiS N^; T, = E^2R; 
T^2N^ = R; Ua= Up2Zi4:I„ = My. 

Glimpsed 688 several times at n. edge of Qi; 688= 676 (poor esti- 
mate) ; 688 is certainly visible at times. This is unexpected, especially 
as the definition tonight is extremely poor. 

675 2 622 3 589 ; 595 = 631 ; 647 2 671 ; 651 2 641 ; 558 3 647 3 
671 ; 622 = 641 ; 709 1 647 3 671. 

Too poor definition to see 602. Saw 621, but the night is so poor 
it is useless to look for the faintest stars. 

Examined with prism. The results were practically the same as 
without. 

October 14. 

Seeing extremely bad. 

Ay3 I),1A,1 Ap = A^ = LylLp; A^l Ap = A,; A^ 3 By 2 A,; 
A.lAaSB^; B^2By2Ai; I>,2A^ = F^', B,2 B^-, A 3 Z^; 2 /^ ; 

D,iA^\ r,. 

F^3G= r,, F.2G2n) F.^20^ = I^\G\ G2H1M^2R', 
GA:M^IR^ L\\ G2 T,=-.JI. 0. = F^\ 0,2G\ O^ 1.5 Q, 1.5 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBMOND STONE. 259 

^, = {?,; 0^3 ir^Jfr,; T,2M^2Ji; T^^W2 T,. 7; refers to a knot 
in 7; in line with i>, and A^i T^ 2 TTS 71; F4 T^ 3 R\ W= B^. 

Seeing bo poor that there is no use in trying to observe variables, 
since these being unequally involved in nebula their relative, as well as 
apparent brightness, depends greatly upon the definition. 

October 15. 

Bright moon ; extremely poor seeing. 

Small condensation in T in line with 647 and JJi, 

Ayp3 B^l Ayf] A, 4 0,; A,4:Zy; A^5 Zy; A^3 A^; Ap = F^; 
B,2T,; I),2B,; F,2Q,; F,2 W2I,= Q,; F,2I,1 G2II; G 
3 By 3 A,. 

Zy=Qi2 F^ = Zf,; Zy3Zf,=:By;0^1ZylO,2By; Q,3 O, 
2Q,; Q,3W5By; T,2 O,; T^ = A,2A,= T,, 

TT = ^2 > constant change, clouds. 

Perhaps to-night's observations ought to be rejected. I suspect that 
clouds have been interfering all the time. 

October 18. 

Bright moon. 

I suspect that A^ condenses about 589, and I think quite likely I 
have been estimating it {A^ too faint, but I am not positive. I^ has a 
very small condensation quite isolated, except that the channel around it 
is not black. 

A^5i>i; A^3A,2A^^D^\ A,2T^\A^ = D^\ Ay^2 A^3 
A^\ D^\ A^2 Ayp ; A^ is the brightest condensation. A^ 2 A^ 2 A^:=p= 
0^; A,2Zy = A^; A^3A,1 AplZy; ^^ 2 ^^ 2 i^, 2 ^p; A^2Ayp 
1 F22 Api sometimes A^ > Ayp, at others Ayp > A^. If it were not 
for 608, I think I should estimate constantly A^ 3 Ayp, 

B^2 0^2 T^\ By = M^\ By3Jf^3Ji; Byl W3 A,; By3 T,2 
A, = Ii; By2A,2A,; B,= Uy\ By 5 Ji 3 B^, 

B, = B, = Ay,', D,1B,4.0,= T^', F^\ Zy2Z^ = Q,^ F,= 
B^2I,2 G = I,^; G= 0,= 0,= Q,; G 2 F,; G3ff= W; IT 3 
W3 T,; IT 4: T,2M, = Ji; ir=A,3A, = M,. 

I^ = M,; ir^ = M,3Ji; Zy2 Z^2 F^3 Q,-, Z. = //= Z,; Z, 



260 NEBULA OP OBION, 1886-'94. 

\Lf,2I^ = G) L^\ Lf,2 1^1 = U2U=L^;, L.IU^^L^; 

7; 3 W. 

Q^^ F^3 Q2' I think this is about right ; but i^ is so much laiger 
than Qi that when the nebula blurs, it seems at times as though ^ = ^^ 
3 ^2, or F^2 Q^S Q^ were the correct estimate, ^i 2 ^3 2 jy 2 iV^i ; Q^ 

2 W'lBy. 

R=E^', T^^E^^R^ U,3 Uy = Bf,3 Uf,; U^dMyi W3 T, 
2Ii; W3 G2II. Probably poor definition. 

A^ (between B^ and -4,) = J/^; A^ forms a cape to B^ when the 
definition is poor. 

I do not distinguish 688, but I suspect that it [is] the presence of 
that star which has made Q^ seem so bright. 

575 1 589 3 622 ; 647 2 709 2 671 ; 628 = 685 ; 685 1 628 3 708 6 
640 ; 708 7 640 3 619 ; 640 3 617 3 624 = 741. 

619 2 741 1 624 4 669 = 724 ; 741 10 724 == 669 5 635 ; 635 10 
558 2 709 ; 635 3 633 7 558 ; 635 3 633 2 617 5 558. 

While observing the nebula, I saw the star in n^ [686] quite plainly, 
although I was not looking for it. At that time it seemed several grades 
brighter than 675, which I saw distinctly at the same time.. The defini- 
tion now is so poor that I can see none of the more difficult stars. 

635 4 633 2 617 4 671 ; 709 = 647 5 671 ; 573 = 651 = 641 ; 573 
= 622 ; 651 2 622 2 641 ; 633 3 617 3 647 ; 575 = 647 5 671 ; 675 2 
589 3 622 ; 608 = 641 ; 567 = 581 (poor estimate) ; 651 4 618 1 641 2 
612. Suspect clouds. 

Could not see 654, 686, 688. 567 and 581 are the faintest stars visi- 
ble. Could barely see 676. All extremely faint on account of moon and 
twilight. 

October 19. 

As invisible except that occasionally when the seeing is poor the bay 
J^. ApiB not well seen. 

A only seen part of the time, flashing up as a bridge connecting B^ 
and A^. Ba almost invisible. 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBMOKD STONE. 261 

Channels in L and A not well defined. Cannot see P, as a well- 
defined condensation. No nebnla in Trapezium. 

A^ = A^^A^ = A,\ A^^D,^1A^ = A,\ A^'hD^ = A^\ A, 
= A^ = A^ \ A^ 2 x»3 A^ \ A^ = A^ o A^ ^ A^ o J^ o xJy o A^ j Ay = 

^, = J?.; ^p = Up; A, = Bp; Bp = B, = a^; B,J = M, ; 
B^J = E*l Z, ; ^, 3 jB; 3 ^. ; Z>, 3 «r„ = Cy,! T",. 

F^ = M,; F, = Zp = Z,Z I, = G; F,iI, = I^ = G; G2 F, 
III; 6= = 6>, 1 ^, 1 O, 2 //; ^3 A,Z M^; III IT 2 ^,; 7/3 4, 2 

K,=^K^ = Z,; L^^U = H; M,'iBp = F^; M, = Bp = I^; 
N,1H=Q^; J!^,2 112 1^,2 B; S^ = Bp; S„^ = I^; S^ = M,; 

?7. 3 /„ = J/; 7 J/y = P, ; U.d Uyd U,5Uf = M,; U, is not a 
condensaidoD. 1^ 16 Tj ; r, = D^. 

618 = 651 2 612 3 641 ; 575 2 622 2 589 ; 647 5 671 3 709. 
Too hazy to observe longer. Clouds. 

[Kote added after leaving dome.] 

The brightest part of r, is between 669 and Di. No condensation 
in S except along the p. shore of t^. F^ has a pretty well defined naclens. 
I saw no naclens in either G or IT. Do not remember any nucleus in 1^. 

October 21. 

I think,- in fact, the nucleus of jp^ > G; but when the definition is 
poor, this so blends with the remainder of i'^ as to be indistinguishable 
from it, and then the mass of F^ being necessarily viewed as almost a 
whole, G seems > ^ 

Ai = D,2B^; Ai = A^ = J),; As== A„2 A^2 B,; AfdA^ 
= Ap = A, = Zy; Ay^2AidAp = Zy2Zp; Ay,2 AfS Ap = A, = 
F,; A„2 Ai2 Ap2 A,2 F, = ZyS Zp; A„2AidA, = F,; Ap = 
A. = F,3 Zy; Ap = A. 2 A^ = F^2 Zy; Ap = A. 3 A^ = Ft = Zy; 

Ajl •=• l^-=- Mty, 

At first ^3 seemed > A^\ B^2 F^2 C^^ W, The nucleus in By 
only seen at times. It is quite bright; but the changes in definition 



262 NEBULA OP ORION, 1886-'94. 

cause it sometimes to appear stellar, while at others it blends with the 
whole mass of B^ ; then By = M^. 

D,2Ai2B^ = F^^ F^2Ly^Lf,= G\ F^ = B^2Lys2 O, F^ = 
T,2A^%L,^ F^^G=0^^ i^, = ^,3G^; F^2 B^2 G = 7^; F^2 
Ly2 G = C,, F^^ G 1 HI I,\ F ^ I.'i G = 11. 

<?2^2i^i2 4,; Gl T,in^N,^B, <? 2 ^^ 1 //; G = Q^ 2 
HI N,\ 112 U^6 L,Z L, = M^', I^2G2U^I^. There is a weU 
defined naclens in I^ which at times seems as bright as 6^ or perhaps as 
any condensation in the nebula, but when the definition is poor [i^] 
seems quite faint. 

<?, = Ci 2 F^ 2 7;; 0^1Q^IF^\0,2G', 0^1 Q,l 0,2 G 2 B; 
0^20, = Q,= G2 IL 

When the definition is best, R grows faint. R at times seems as 
bright as <?. T,\G\ Hd R. 

October 22. 

Bay p. Ap quite distinct. Bp has an almost stellar condensation. 
Suspect that n. end of B, is a separate condensation. It is very hard to 
estimate 7^, the light from I, blends so much of the time with it. 

T^ is a small condensation f distance from 647 to 624 in direction 
from 647 toward 675. 7^ has a condensation (7"^) in line with 635 and 
^ (624 + 628) at ^ distance from 624 to 635, or f distance from 628 to 
635. Another fainter condensation (7"^) ^^ ^* ^' ^i ^ little f, line joining 
618 and 619 ; 618 is at equal distances from this condensation and 617. 
Another (7a) where line joining 624 and i (612 + 618) crosses line join- 
ing Ty and Bj^. Tp is the condensation hitherto called 7^. T^ is f dis- 
tance from 647 to 624. 

Large portions of v^ and v^ are almost, or quite perfectly devoid of 
nebulosity. Narrow channels in v^ and v^ ditto. Y^ is gbM^ but I see 
no nucleus ; certainly nothing stellar. 

^^ = ^^3^^2^.; Ay^ = A^2D,2 Ap=^A,; Ay^ = B,2A^ 
lB,lAp2A.; Ayp = A^ =^ B, 3 Ay^ = Ap = B,2 Ar. Ay^ dO^ = 
Ap = A.3 C,; Ay^ = A^3Ap = A, = F,; Ai2 F,3 Ap = A,3 C,; 
A,lI£2A^^Rl By= G3II\ Bp = R\ B^= Y^. ' 

At times B^ seems quite stellar and much brighter than at others. 



OBSEBYATIONS OF ORMOND STONE. 263 

J^j = (9, 2 7i = (? = 6>, ; ^, = Z, 2 Z^ 2 <? ; ^, 1 /, 2 G'; i^,2 ^, 
2 G, F^= 0^ = Q.'i G = Q^; F^l U,l U.l G; F^\ T,2 O. 

Ua and Uy are difficnll; to see ; this, however, is due to the proximity 
of the trapezium. I think they are, in fact, fully as bright as above indi- 
cated. 

Gl I^IH; G = I^2Jff; G 1 I^ = H2 1,2 I^; GlQ^^If; 
G1W2H; GlM,lIf; G = £^1 Afl A, = II; G = L^l L^ 
IH. 

ffd r,3 J?; II=M^hR; n\N,^R=^E^; n=N,ZIi; H 

2 M^Z R\ HZ Nt% R\ II\ 0^2 a^Z R; 112 0^2 a^2 R. 

JTj is brightest at its n. f. vertex. 

0^ = A,\Af,2Ly = F^; 0^ = A. = Ap = L^^ F^ = A^; O^ 
= F^l 0,2 G = T^; 0^1 F, = Q,l 0, = 1,1 G. 

When the definition becomes poor R becomes sometimes as bright 
as, or brighter than H. R2M,Z Y,; Rl a,^% K,2 i\, R2 D^^Y^; 
R 3 BiJZ Y^ (this estimate refers to the average of the mass ^iJ" lying 
p. this channel). The channel h extends through J. R = N,', R ^ Ty 

3 ^3 = Y,. 

Ti= G\ T^> Ta> Ty> T^. r« is in z^ ; r^, r^, r« are in r^ ; r^ 
> r, > rp > T. > r^. 

589 1 575 2 622 ; 589 is so involved in nebolosity that it keeps dis- 
appearing. 

647 2 705 4 671 ; 647 = 589 2 575 = 622 ; 612 1 641 1 618. 

Glimpsed the two stars near 642 ; the s. f, is the brighter ; magni- 
tudes: 15.7 and 16.0. Could undoubtedly [see] them both constantly 
were they not so inyolved in D^, Did not see 642, unless one of the stars 
just mentioned is it. 

612 1 618 1 641 = 676 ; 676 = star in n^ 5 675 5 star ad 642. 
Only glimpsed star in n^ and 675. Star in n^ 2 602 3 675 (star in n, from 
memory). 636 1 631 1 648 1 654 = 675. 

Think I saw 654, but it is very difficult. 

589 2 575 2 622 3 612 = 618 = 636 ; 612 1 618 2 676 = 641 ; 573 
= 622 ; 635 4 633 2 617 ; 633 3 617 3 558 2 647 = 671 ; 709 3 635 2 
671 3 575 ; 647 2 671 3 589 2 575 ; 685 5 628 3 708 2 640 ; 708 2 640 5 
619 3 624 = 741 ; 724 3 669 5 633 3 617. 

Daylight. 



264 NEBULA OF ORION, 1886-94. 

October 24. 

Faint condensation in g^ like an exten£on of F^ midway between F^ 
and H. 

575 2 622 3 589 ; 631 3 602 3 621 ; 641 2 612 = 618 = 608 ; 675 
2 654 ; 709 3 647 2 671. 

608 on edge of A^, only seen occasionally ; 595 not seen ; 654 sus- 
pected. Suspected at one time that I saw 642 quite distinctly = 602 3 
621 ; but although I looked very carefully, I could not see it again. 

651 2 641 2 676 ; 651 and 676 are so hidden by the nebula as to 
render this estimate uncertain. 651 2 641 = 612 = 618 2 676 ; 647 2 
671 3 651 5 641 2 676. 651 varies from invisibility to brightness given 
by last estimate. 

November 4. 

Ai times I suspect A^, but still see a bay following between {A^A^ 
and A^ ; when the seeing is poor, A^ looks like a cape to A^. There is 
an almoBit stellar nucleus in F^, which is only seen at times. Most of the 
time it is diffused (by poor definition) with the remainder of the conden- 
sation. This nucleus when seen seems quite bright. 

The brightest part of X^ lies in line with H and 575, as found by 
the micrometer. 

Once I suspected a stellar nucleus in Y^ 

Ayp2Ai'2Af, = D,2Ary A^ = B.d A^2 Ap = A^y A^ = A^ 
^ Af, = A, = F^; B,= G; D,3 A^2 Ap = A,2 F,; I>,2 A^2 Ap 
= A, 2 F^; I),2A^2F^1 Ap = A.. 

F,lG2I,lir; F^ = B^2G2H; F^l G2l,2B; F^l 0^1 
0, = G2ir; Gl T^lIT; Gl 0, = l,llf; G2H2JilF^; HI 
lii N^1E^\ Lp = G. 

Q,\0, = 0^1G\H) QilO^lQ^O,; Q,2 Q,2 H2 Ji; Q, 
2Q,2 T,3Ii; Q,l T.IGIIT; R=H2N,2E^^ W = Q^. 

671 1 575 1 589 2 622 ; 647 1 709 2 671 1 575 ; 622 == 651 3 612 
= 618 ; 622 1.5 641 1.5 612 = 618 ; 651 3 622 2 641 1 612 = 618 ; 602 
= 631 = 676 ; 631 2 675 3 621 ; 595 = 621. 

612 = 618 3 608 7 631. It is very hard to estimate 608, it is so 
involved in nebulosity. 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBHOND STONE. 265 

No trace of 686, 688, nor of star in n^. 
Night very poor. 

November 7. 

A^ = A^2Ap = A,2D,; ^^ = ifj2^^; A^3W3G; A^3 
Ae^; A, = Ae= W; By2C\ = A, = A,; B, = F,2I,; By = F^ = 
J}^,;B, = F^; C, = By = T,. 

F, = ff; 2M^2ir; H=R2E^', I,= <?; Z,,1Z^3Z,; N, 
3 T,2B2]!^,l 0,=F,20,= Q,; 0,=-.Q,dII=.Q,lJ}^,; W2By 
2 J?; W= a. 

Night too poor to observe variables. 

November 8. 

The nucleus in By is quite stellar. 

I suspect three condensations in Q^. 

Ay^3A^2Ap = A,;AilD,QB^ = Ap = A,;Af, = A,2Zy2 
F^. When I see 608, 1 estimate A^ = Ayp. A^ = A^l F^S G 1 Ab2 
A,; AbIHI A.IA^^J}/',; A^^ = J^2^(^l By = N^5 Bf, = N^, 
E^ = -ff . 

= ^^ 1 4, 2 A = 5"; 0\ Tra H; /r= iT, 2 ^^ 4 N^; H2, T, 2 B. 

Z, 1 ^^2 Z^; Z^ = 6^ = F^; L^'11^% G\ 0^ = F^\ q^\ O^'h 
77; ^^ 2 <?^ 2 iV, 2 <?^ ; ^„ \ JB^Z t^; T^I F^\ G; T, = H. 

622 3 576 3 589 ; 709 4 671 2 622 ; 647 1 709 3 671 3 622 ; 661 = 
589 ; 651 2 641 3 612 = 618 ; 676 = 612 = 618 ; 631 3 602 4 621 ; 675 
= 621. 

Conld not see 654, 686, 688. Probably not nova in n,. Saw onlj 
the brighter of the two stars (noTte) in D^. 

The seeing grew poorer toward the last. 

November 14. 

A = ^{ 2 A; i?, 2 ^, 1 ^{ = 6>2 2 F^\ D^Z Q = Ft<i Ai\ i>, 2 
AiZF^; D.'iAy^lAiZ F^-, D, -= A^'h Qy\ 0^2 F^ 

Mj recollection is that E^ has this season been always fainter than R. 

H'hE^ZR; H^E^IB; I^IR'^E^; J^ Y^; J(i. e. ^,)2 1\ 
2 Z, ; K^\a^Z ff,p = ^, 2 Z, ; C, 1 Oj 2 {?,. f barely visible (bright 
moon). 



266 NBBULA OF ORION, 1886-'94. 

Saw neither 601 nor 602 (bright moon and diffused definition woald 
explain absence of 602). 608 = 676 (this is not reliable, as 608 is so 
involved in nebulosity that T could not separate it). 642 slightly farther 
from 647 than 651 is ; say, distance 647-642 = | (647-651). 654 not 
seen. Suspected 688. 

575 2 589 = 622 ; 642 == 631 ; 622 3 641 2 612 1 618 ; 676 = 641 ; 
647 3 709 3 671. 

Seeing is getting too bad to do anything more. 

December 17. 

D,3A^ = Ayj, ; A 3 Ayj, 2 A^ = B^; T^S F^ = Ji. 

Saw 654. 

636 3 654 3 648 ; 675 = 648 ; 608 = 631. 

Clouded. 

[Note added after leaving dome.] 

When seeing was good enough to see 608 distinctly, Di seemed 3 > 
Ayp. When 608 could not be distinguished from the nebula, Ay seemed 

3 > A ; A 4 ^<. 

1887. January 3. 

D,5Ai3F^; I),3 A^2 B^d F^; A^i A^ = A,2 B,i F^; B^2 
/i 4 By'y Byl Ael F^p = 7\ 2 -ff . While the condensation By is plain 
enough, the definition is too poor to see. a well defined nucleus. 

618 3 612 6 608 3 676 ; 602 = 631 ; 575 2 622 4 589 ; 651 5 641 
3 618 2 612 ; 647 2 709 3 671 ; 631 7 621. 

Think I glimpsed 654 ; if so, call it 15 mag. 

[Note added after leaving dome.] 

Ayp^ when 608 was not visible because diffused, was as bright or 
brighter than Bi. When 608 was seen, Ayp was as faint or fainter than 

January 4. 

Ai8Di3Ap = A,;Af = A. = F2;Ai2D^iAp = A,;li4: /, 
2G2If; J),2Ai3Af = A,. 

Seeing very poor. 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBHOND STOKE. 267 

Janaary 10. 

Seeing very poor. 

Janaary 12. 

J{ 2 i?, 3 Ji 2 i>j; Ai2 D,^ Af = A,l B^ = Ft; ^^ 2 2?i 4 B^ 
= Ft^W; B, i F^S I^d O ; Ft2 (? 2 1,2 H; G2H= /,'= W 5 
E^; 0^8 0,= G8ir= W. 

575 3 622 5 589. 

Inclnding the light from 608, Ay seems maoh the brightest conden- 
sation in the nebula. Excluding 608, Di 1 Ay 2 By 

Seeing at first medium ; afterwards became very poor. 

January 14. 

J),3 A^SB^S F^; H2 Tf 4 J?; G = £^2W2ir; HB T^SB; 
F2SIi2Glff. 

Including light of 608, Ay is the brightest condensation in the 
nebula. Omitting 608, Ay = Ap = A,. 

676 6 631 6 621 ; 575 5 622 5 589 ; 618 5 612 = 595. 595 is so 
involved in the nebula as to be seen only at times ; yet, when seen, it 
appears nearly or quite as bright as 612, certainly brighter than 676. 
651 3 641 3 618 3 612. Suspected 654. 

Extremely poor seeing. 

January 24. 

^{ 2 i>, 5 /,; Z>, 3 ^j 3 ^, = i?;; Af = D, 3 B^== A. = F^B 
Af-, Ay = Ai2A. = AfiZy = IT; F^S G = W2 //; F^B 1,2 G 
= S\ E^ = Jfe^. 

Seeing very poor. 

February 24. 

A^2D^2A^2A,\ ff4:E,2 T.iJi;' (7^3 iT,p = JlO r^; Af^l 
B^2 A,; F^2 OS IT =Bfi; 112 T,2M^2Ii', 7i 5 (7^3(7,^5 B^BT^; 
JKi = ;r4 7 ;r3 2 f 1 3 $8 ; tt^ 3 Tj 5 tzz- 

At times the nucleus in J^ seems quite stellar and as bright as J. 
$1 is in line with Q^ and ir^. f, = 16.0 mag. v^ black, (r^ is composed 
of two condensations. li varied greatly in brightness. 



268 NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 

Definition grew too poor to do anything. Small clouds continuallj 
interfere. 

October 14. 

AiSD^ = Ayp; B, = Ai = D,; B^^B^2C,; 6715 575 5 589; 
647 = 709 ; 641 = 608 = 610 ; 671 3 575 = 595 3 676. Cannot see 
622. 

Definition very poor. 

1888. NoTember 11. 

^^ 2 ^^ 3 i>; i? = 4^ 2 ^^; ^^2 ^^ = ^^2 ^,; ^^2 Z 1 ^^. 
[608 blends with the nebula so as to be invisible.] 
Night very poor. 

November 12. 

A( = DiS Ayp (not including 608); A^ = A, = A^; ApS B^ =: 
Z,3A,; A^ = A,^A,; By = Ai = I)^; Z. = Z^ = A,; Af,l Ft2 
Z^2 02 II; I^i2 Ft2 Zy2 G = E; 02C^ = H2W; EhM^ = R; 
F^2 O = 0^2 H == O,. 

671 3 709 3 575 ; 622 = 709 ; 647 2 709 2 671 ; 622 3 575 3 589 2 
612 = 618 ; 589 1 651 1 612 1 618 ; 631 = 567 (though 631 is not so 
easily seen as 567 because involved in the nebula). 

641 5 595 5 567 ; 595 = 676 ; 642 = 567 ; 648 .= 567 3 631 = 
642 ; 636 = 631 ; 631 2 675 2 621 3 Ad 631 ; 648 = 621 ; 567 = 636 ; 
642 = 648 ; 595 = 602 = 676 ; 651 = 589 ; 589 1 651 1 618 1 612 ; 
567 = 595 = 602. 

654 invisible ; could not see 601 ; 608 only seen occasionally ; 608 
decidedly < 595. 

1889. September 27. 

575 = 622 ; 589 2 618 2 575 2 612 ; 647 2 671 2 651. 

Gould not see 654. 

Seeing at first pretty good, but grew rapidly worse. 

October 2. 

Ai2 A^ZA, = A^\ Ai = A^; Z>, = ^{2^,; 654=612 = 
618 ; 647 3 671 3 575 ; 622 = 612 = 618 = 651 ; 647 2 671 4 651 ; 612 
= 651 2 618 = 654 ; 671 3 575 = 589 = 622. 



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OBSERVATIONS OF OilMOND STONE. 269 

Saw 675. When 608 is not seen by reason of poor atmosphere A^ 

November 29. 

D^ = A^^ A^. 

December 19. 

I,i E^ = M^Z K,, E^2 M^4: K,; M^IO K,-, K^2Y^2 Z,, Y^^ K,2 
Zi ; r^2K^ = Z^', GIE^'IR =M^\ R = B^^K^hT^ (definition 
poor) ; K^ = Y^ (definition good) ; Y2 = ir^ 5 Z^ 3 7:2 ; ^t^ S Y^; 2>2 = 

Y^ = TT^. 

The channel h continues through J. Nebulosity grows gradually 
fainter from B^A^ toward tl. Can see no condensation in J, other than 
as fainter continuation of A and B. There is a small condensation near 
yi end of M which is as bright or brighter than E2. This is only seen 
distinctly when the definition is good; otherwise it coalesces with the 
rest of Jfy which then seems fainter than E2. Y2 is much brighter at 
center ; when the definition is poor the nucleus coalesces with the rest of 
the condensation. This accounts for the difference between the two esti- 
mates noted above as " definition poor " and " definition good." 

A small nucleus in t:^. Sometimes tt^ > y^ ; at other times Y2 < r:^ ; 
depending on the definition, r^ is not slender as in index-map, but a 
nearly round condensation, r^ fades off gradually toward r^ 1^. v^ is a 
channel. D2 is very small. 

573 = 575 2 589 ; 709 = 573 = 575. 

Poor seeing at the end. 

December 23. 

575 3 589 = 622 ; 676 = 581 ; 618 3 612 ; 641 = 676 ; 651 3 618 
= 612 ; 651 = 575 3 589 = 622 ; 676 = 595 ; 647 4 671 4 575 ; 575 4 
573 4 612 = 618 ; 575 = 709 ; 651 = 676 5 641. 

Looked carefully but could not see 654 ; could not see 675. 

1890. February 11. 

686 = 676 ; 575 1^ 622 1^ 589 ; 651 3 641 2 618 2 612 ; 676 = 641. 
Could not see 625. 
Night very poor. 



270 NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 

February 12. 

631 1 567 (reject? 631 only suspected, involved in nebula, while at 
567 there is verjr Uttle nebulosity). 676 = 618 4 612 ; 618 2 676 2 612 
= 581 ; 612 3 641 ; 651 4 618 ; 581 = 618 ; 618 1^ 581 IJ 612 ; 573 = 
651 ; 589 3 575 2 622 ; 647 3 709 3 651 ; 622 = 651 ; 622 3 618 3 612 ; 
647 3 671 1 709 ; 671 = 709 4 589 2 575 ; 558 1 647 ; 617 2 558 1 647 ; 
624 10 635 10 617 ; 633 3 617 ; 640 3 619 4 624 ; 624 5 724 5 635 5 
617 ; 628 5 640 4 619 2 624 ; 624 4 669 = 724 ; 624 = 741 ; 628 3 708 
4 640 ; 685 3 628 3 708. 

641, though seen steadily is one of the fedntest stars visible tonight, 
certainly < 612. When seeing is best 589 is decidedly > 575 ; when 
seeing is poor 589 sometimes < 575. 

Could not see 601, 602, 621, 625, 636, 642, Ad 642, 648 (perhaps 
prevented by glare from 628), 654, 675, 686, 688. 

Night poor. 

February 26. 

575 4 589 = 622 ; 618 1 641 2 612 ; 641 1 618 ; 641 2 618 3 612 ; 
651 2 641 2 618 2 612 ; 641 3 676 3 618 2 612 ; 612 = 581, certainly > 
676 ; 636 (barely visible, involved in nebula and glare of 628) = 581 ; 
661 = 573 ; 709 = 622 3 581 ; 575 2 581 3 709 ; 575 = 581 = 709 ; 
575 2 581 = 709 ; 647 3 671 3 709 ; 647 3 671 4 709 ; 575 = 581 = 
709 ; 558 3 647 3 671 ; 617 3 558 3 647. 

I think there can be no doubt that 709 is < 671 tonight. Cannot 
see 608 ; probably on account of nebula. Cannot see any of the fainter 
stars, including 654. 

Bright moonlight. 

March 19. 

612 3 618 1 641 ; 612 3 618 2 641 ; 641 = 581 ; 651 = 573 ; 581 
= 676 1 641 ; 641 10 567 ; 709 = 671 ; 647 4 671 2 709 ; 671 3 575 = 
709 ; 575 4 589 2 622. ](lebula is getting so low that it is useless to try 
to observe any longer. 

651 is about a magnitude brighter than 641. 573 much brighter 
than 641. 



0BSEBVATI0N8 OF OfiHOND STONE. 271 

September 18. 

DiS A(=: A^ ; ^^ > />! when 608 coalesces with nebula ; A^ 2 
B^ = D^; At = D,lA^ZBy; AiZBy = A,=. Ap;F, = By, B^l 
A. = A^2 Fy 

602 = 636 ; 651 2 641 2 618 2 612 ; 575 4 589 = 622 ; 589 = 622 
= 676 ; 622 2 676 = 618 2 612 ; 622 1 651 2 618 1 676 = 612 ; 647 4 
671 3 575 3 589 ; 647 3 671 = 709 ; 676 = 618. 

602 only seen at times, but when seen was nearly as bright as 636. 
Saw 621 and 631 ; also 675. 

1891. March 10. 

622 3 589 1 575 ; 622 3 575 1 589 ; 618 = 612 2 676 ; 651 3 612 = 
618 2 676 ; 647 2 709 2 671 ; 647 = 671 = 709 ; 612 = 618 5 641. 

641 is undoubtedly much fainter than any of the other stars observed 
tonight. 

September 25. 

575 2 622 2 589 = 641. Well seen. 

October 4. 

* pr. JTi li 647 3J 671. 

1892. October 10. 

647 2 651 1 641 ; 647 2 676 1 651 ; 647 3 622 1 651 ; 651 1 622 1 
676 ; 647 J 671 ; 709 4 647 1 671 ; 647 1 671 4 622 ; 651 1 589 = 676 ; 
589 1 676 = 651 ; 671 3 575 = 622 ; 647 IJ 671 2^ 709 ; 671 2 709 4 575 ; 
709 4 575 2 622 ; 575 2 676 = 651 2 622 ; 589 3 641 2 651 1 676 ; 647 
3 589 3 641 ; 589 2 641 1 651 = 676 ; 647 = 671 2 709 4 575 ; 575 2 
622 3 676 ; 622 2 661 = 589 2 676 ; 622 2 651 = 589 2 676 ; 576 2 589 
2 622 ; 575 2 622 3 589. 

Ad 642, 675, and 654 looked for but not seen. Bright moonlight. 

1893. October 6. 

575 3 622 = 709 ; 647 3 671 5 575 ; 671 3J 573 2^ 709 ; 589 = 709 
= 622 ; 647 3 558 3 671 ; 558 3J 671 3J 573 ; 671 5 575 = 573 == 709 ; 
671 5 575 = 573 3 589 = 709 ; 647 3 671 5 709 ; 647 3 671 5 575 = 
573 2 709 ; 575 2 573 1 709 ; 575 2 622 = 573 = 709 2 589. 

The last four observations were made while the stars were disappear- 



272 NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 

ing in the daylight. The night was too poor to observe the nebula itself. 
None of 'the very faint stars could be seen on account of the poor defini- 
tion. 651 only seen occasionally because so involved in />,. 676 only 
suspected. 

October 8. 

A^2Ai = I)i; A(3 A. = B^l Af = F,; AflD^lB^lA.; 
Ayp 2 Ly =\B, 2A, = A^; A„2 3^ = Z^^Fr Could not see 608 
(i. e. it coalesces with Ayp). 

Seeing good at first, but became too poor to observe the nebula itself 
any longer. 

558 3 647 3 671 ; 573 = 709 ; 647 = 558. 647 is so involved in the 
nebula as to make observations very uncertain. Night too poor to attempt 
further estimates of brightness. 647 is certainly brighter than 671, which 
is decidedly brighter than 709. 

October 9. 

Z^ 3 i?; 2 /j. Distance 621-631 = 621-622. 

573 3 641 3 581 ; 641 2 618 2 612 ; 647 = 707 ; 676 = 581 ; 651 2 
641 2 618 = 612 ; 676 1 581 3 567 ; 641 = 651 3 618 1 612 ; 666 1 567 

2 677 ; 575 1 589 2 673 = 709 ; 575 1 622 1 589 ; 575 1 622 2 589 1 573 
= 709 ; 618 3 612 3 581 = 666 ; 575 2 622 3 589 ; 709 = 575 2 573 ; 
575 3 589 = 573 = 709 ; 581 1 676 2 666 ; 681 3 666 3 677 = 667 ; 647 

3 671 3 575 ; 558 3 647 3 671 ; 647 1^ 671 5 676 ; 707 3 568 3 647 2 
671 ; 676 3 581 3 666 3 677 ; 668 2 647 2 671 ; 676 = 581 ; 647 2 671 
1 657 3 652 ; 647 2 671 = 657 2 652 ; 657 2 652 = 575 2 689 ; 676 = 
"641 ; 661 2 618 2 612 = 641 ; 647 2 671 2 657 2 662 ; 581 = 709 = 
652 ; 664 = 676 ; 676 3 636 3 631 3 621. 

Saw 602 ; it is on the edge of /. Saw 676, also 664. 

October 10. 

654 = 636 = 567 ; 631 1 675 1 621 ; 618 2 567 2 612 ; 636 = 664 
= 612 ; 641 = 661 3 618 3 612 ; 675 = 631 4 621 = 648. Beautiful 
definition but saw nothing of 626. 

654 = 681 = 667 ; 642 = 621 3 Ad 642 ; 642 = 631 3 Ad 642 = 
621 ; 671 = 667 3 652 ; 581 = 654 ; 602 = 642 3 631 3 621. Could 



0B8EBVATI0NS OF OBMOND STONE. 273 

not see 595 or 601. 676 3 686 = 675 3 631 3 621. Could not see 608, 
which indicates that the seeing is getting poorer. 

589 3 575 = 622 = 651 ; 652 = 575 1 622 2 589. 589 is, in reality, 
almost certainly > 575 but much more involved in the nebula. 622 is 
also involved in the nebula but not to so great an extent as 589. 654 is 
seen steadily and easily. 

651 = 618 3 612 ; 651 = 652 ; 618 = 581 ; 575 = 657 ; 575 = 
709 ; 647 3 671 3 709 ; 647 2 558 2 671 ; 558 3 647 3 671 3 709 ; 575 = 
709 ; 651 3 618 3 612 ; 657 2 575 2 652 ; 635 3 633 2 617. 

The last five observations were made in daylight. 

October 16. 

Seeing good, but 654 is invisible. 

618 2 612 ; 647 1 709 ; 663 2 641 2 618 ; 622 2 575 2 589 ; 651 2 
622 2 575 ; 651 1 622 1 575 2 589 ; 675 = 621 ; 631 2 648 2 621 ; 573 
= 651 ; 618 li 676 H 612 ; 663 3 641 3 618 2 612 ; 647 2 671 2 709 ; 
647 2 558 2 671 1 709 ; 558 = 64Y 2 671 2 709 ; 657 2 709 1 652. 

622 2 575 2 589 ; this difference seems real tonight. 651 3 618 1 
641 1 612 ; 652 = 622 2 575 ; 647 2 671 2 709 ; 663 = 618 2 612 ^ 641. 

651 is tonight certainly > 641. 

November 8. 

652 = 709 ; 573 = 652 = 709 ; 657 2 709 2 652 = 573 ; 647 1 657 
2 671 ; 657 2 647 2 652. 

Night too poor to contiDue. 

November 12. 

654 = 567 ; 641 3 654 = 581 3 567 ; 651 = 709 ; 709 3 651 3 618 ; 
641 = 676 2 654 2 581 = 567 ; 663 = 618 3 612 = 641 ; 657 2 709 2 652 ; 
581 = 651 ; 671 = 652 ; 681 = 618 3 612 = 663 ; 681 3 618 3 612 = 
663 ; 651 2 681 = 573 2 618 ; 671 2 657 = 709 ; 671 2 709 2 575. 

Too poor seeing to do more. 

November 19. 

654 = 676 3 567 ; 676 2 668 = 641 = 654 ; 641 = 676 = 654 = 
581 = 663 ; 663 2 641 = 612 1 618 ; 567 several grades fainter than any 
other of the above stars. 



274 NBBCIA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 

671 2 667 2 709 2 652 ; 671 1 657 2 709 1 662 ; 663 = 581 ; 681 3 
573 = 612 = 618 1 663 ; 681 3 573 = 612 = 618 3 663 ; 663 = 641. 
Seeing poor. Bright moonlight. 

December 27. 

618 2 664 3 676 ; 673 = 709 ; 671 3J 709 IJ 573. 
Night very poor, but 654 seen easily. 

1894. January 1. 

. 641 3 618 1 612 664 ; 641 2 651 2 612 = 618 1 654 ; 654 = 581 ; 
618 1 654 1 612 1 581 ; 651 3 654 = 622 ; 673 2 651 2 654 ; 636 = 567 ; 
567 2 636 = 676 2 581 ; 636 = 676 ; 654 2 622 2 589 ; 576 3 622 = 
664 3 589 ; 661 = 622 3 589 = 654 ; 575 2 573 = 709 ; 657 2 652 = 
647 ; 669 3 707 ; 568 = 647. 
647 is orange. 

January 30. 

671 3 7,09 3 573 ; 652 = 709 ; 681 2 662 = 709 2 663 ; 558 2 647 ; 
558 2 657 3 647 3 671 3 709. 

Synopsis of Deschiptive Observations. 

As I became more familiar with the nebula, I found a tendency to 
see it broken up into a greater number of condensations. In 1885, when 
I commenced observing the nebula it frequently seemed filamentary in 
structure, but upon more intimate acquaintance this appearance was no 
longer visible. The general appearance of the Huyghenian region is very 
much like that of a so called *' mackerel sky." Many of the condensations 
have pretty well defined nuclei, whose light diffuses, blending with the 
surrounding nebulosity when the seeing grows poor. I have frequently 
been surprised to find how greatly the definition changes the relative 
brightness of the different condensations. This explains the many ap- 
parently contradictory estimates. Nevertheless, a comparison with the 
photographs I have seen leads me to believe that the eye can, at present, 
detect much more detail than the camera, and especially that the eye is 
better fitted for making photometric estimates. Contrary to an opinion 
hitherto expressed, I am now inclined to think that the effect of changes 
of definition is such as to possibly destroy any seeming photometric evi- 



OBSEBYATIONS OF OBMOND STONE. 275 

dence we may have as yet obtained of chapges in the nebula itself. This, 

however, does not lessen the hope of detecting such changes in the 

future ^y comparing the present and the valuable series of photometric 

observations ipade by Professor Holden,^ with similar series to be made 

hereafter. 

A. 

The preceding edge of A is more curved than in the index map. 

The bridge shown on Professor Holden's index chart and copied 
therefrom to the index map of 1885, but not shown on the drawings ^of 
1885,t was not seen at any time, though looked for repeatedly. Professor 
Holden's index chart was not prepared by himself, and was simply intended 
as a key to the system of nomenclature, and to make verbal descriptions 
intelligible. After correspondence with Professor Holden I am persuaded 
that the bridge did not exist at the time his chart was prepared, and does 
not now exist. 

The region A^^ forms a / shaped ridge which is the brightest por- 
tion of the nebula. When looked at a little out of focus, the following 
edge of A had, on one or two occasions, a good deal of the convoluted 
appearance seen in Lassell's drawing of 1862.:^ This appearance was no 
longer seen when the eye piece was carefully focused. 

The condensations -4., Apy, -4„ A^^i, -^i, As are well separated by 
channels. One of these forms a well marked bay between A^ and A^ ; 
another forms a bay between A^ and Ay. At times A^ and Ay were also 
well separated. 

The preceding edge of ^a is nearly parallel with the following edge 
of Ay. On one occasion a condensation was suspected around 589. 

Apis triangular in form, one of the corners pointing toward A^. 

Ay is double, the n,p. condensation being very bright and involving 
608 ; the 8./. is fainter. As a result, the appearance of Ay is subject to 
great changes due to changes of definition. When the seeing is poor, 
608 coalesces with the surrounding nebula, causing Ay to appear as 
bright or brighter than Z>i. When the definition is 6uch that 608 can be 

* Monograph of the central parts of the Nebula of Orion. Washington Observations,* 
1878, Appendix I. 

t Publications of the Leander MoOormick Observatory. Yol. I, following p. 43. 
X See Holden's Monograph, p. 76. 



276 NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 

seen, Ay is as faint or fainter than A^. On Oct. 7, 1886, when observed 
with power 850 L seemed brighter than Ay ; with 200 Ay seemed the 
brighter. This is evidently analogous with the changes which the nnclens 
of a comet frequently undergoes when viewed with different eye pieces. 
Including the light from 608, Ay seems much the brightest condensation 
• in the nebula. 

In two sketches, made Oct. 6 and 7, 1886, a condensation, il«, is 
showiji* following A^ and nearly in line with Ay and A^. Afterwards A^ 
was looked for repeatedly, but was not seen on any other night except 
perhaps Nov. 4, when a note was entered, as follows : *' At times sus- 
pected ^a, but still see a bay between A^ and J.«." When the seeing 
is poor the bay following ^^ is not well seen. 

On one night, Oct. 11, 1886, a division was suspected in A^. 

The condensation A,, is very faint. It forms a cape to B^ when the 
definition is poor. 

A faint condensation, ^a> between 612 and A^, at times causes an 
angular appearance at that part of A. 

B,h. 

When seen casually, B appears very much as shown on index map 
of 1885. There are, however, four condensations, of which B^ is situated 
about one-fourth the distance from 575 to 589 ; B^ is half way between 
By and 575 ; By is in line with A^, 567, and 669, midway between A^ and 
567 ; Bi is B^ of the index map of 1885. B^ contains an almost stellar 
nucleus. By also has a bright nucleus, but the changes in definition cause 
it sometimes to appear stellar, while at others it blends with the general 
mass of By ; at such times By = J^. The general outline of the preced- 
ing side of B passes at the edge through 575 ; it is more curved than 
shown on the index map. The following edge forms nearly the arc of a 
circle commencing at the preceding corner of Z^. 

The chafinel h cuts through «/, and has a darker spot where it enters 
the latter, h is much broader at its north end. 

Oct. 1, 1886. Pos. Aug. 103.5 : One wire bisecting 619, the other 
624; B^Ci bisects space between wires. Channel between B^ and C^ 
plainly visible. JfyJ looks very much as shown in Common's photograph. 



OBSEBVATIONS OP OBMOND STONE. 



277 



At one time suspected the north end of D^ to be a separate conden- 
sation. At times 2>2 seems quite stellar and much brighter than at others. 

The shape of the brighter portion of E^ is very nearly as in map. 
^1 and ^2 A^6 quite bright, except the 8, p. end of e^, which is quite dark, 
and also a dark spot in e^. In January, 1886, e^ seemed no broader dXp. 
end than 2Xf. end ; this was, however, perhaps due to the better seeing 
at that time. There is a channel between c and E^. 

Eis more concave on the north side than in map ; it has, in general, 
the form shown in the drawing of 1885, though E2 is perhaps a little too 
lai^e in the drawing. E^ ^ E^^ E^, E^ contains a small nucleus, which 
is decidedly brighter than the remainder of the condensation, and appears 
at times almost stellar ; most of the time, however, poor definition causes 
it to blend with the remainder of the condensation. I think this nucleus 
is brighter than Gy but when not well seen G seems brighter than E^, 
No nucleus was seen in either G ox H, G is narrower than shown in 
index map. 

9\9J^\ is quite dark, g^ contains a small faint condensation, like an 
extension of E^^ midway between E^ and H. 

675 is not in H {^a Holden has it), but follows E^, 

/i is brightest in line with G and Q, I^ is composed of several con- 
densations : /3a is in line with G and boundary between j and ^j, and 
much of the time blends with /j ; I^ is in line with L^y and EG, and has 
a well defined nucleus, which at times seems quite bright, but when the 
definition is poor I^ appears quite faint ; I^ has a very small condensa- 
tion quite isolated, except Chat the channel around it is not dark. 

K^ is brightest at its ri, f. vertex. 

L is composed of three parts, Z., Z^j, Z^. Another fainter conden- 
sation, Za, lies between Z^ and A^. Zy. > Zp. Z about as in map. Z^^ 



278 NEBULA OP ORION, 1886-'94. 

and Li look as shown in Common's photograph. Channel in L well de- 
fined, especially between L^ and Z^. l^ is a nearly round pocket ; another 
between 7^, Z^, and Li ; another following this lies between 622 and a 
point midway between 621 and 631, extending from 622 to the n,p, edge 

of /s- 

M, N, 71, O, P, q, 

JTis much more curved than in index map, and but for a small chan- 
nel crossing at a point a little following the line joining 622 and 631 would 
form a continuation of /,. At times I suspected that J/j and M^ were 
separate condensations. A ridge of nebulosity extends from the following 
end of M^ to the brightest portion of T^, 

On one night, at the beginning N^ seemed as bright as 0^ ; but this 
was probably due to poor definition. 

N^ seems at times like a faint wing to O,. N^ and O^ are nearly in 
line with 685 and Q^y at least more nearly so than in index map. O^ 
somewhat precedes the line joining 685 and Q^, N^ was not seen as a 
separate condensation, and no nucleus was seen between N^ and O^. 

The region NOQ is darkest between N^ and Q^ ; the channel n <iY^ 
but > $3. 

There is probably another nucleus following P^ ; both it and P^ are 
very small. 

a at times seems as bright as G. When the definition is best P 
seems faint. The distances between P, a^ and T make it difficult to estl- 
mate their relative brightness. 

xS' is comparable in brightness with the background of / . . . Q, No 
condensation in S except along the preceding edge of ^,. The brightest, 
So,^ is small and faint, in line with 619 and Q^y at about equal distances 
from 628 and 671, and about as far from 628 as A^ is. Another, some- 
what fainter condensation, xSja, lies between /Sa and the extreme following 
end of M, 

Ta is a small condensation in line with 647 and C^, two-fifths the 
distance 647-624 in the direction 647-575. T^ is in line with 635 and 
J (624 + 628) at one-third the distance from 624 to 635> or two-fifths the 
distance from 628 to 635. Another, fainter condensation, Ty, is north of 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBMOND STONE. 279 

^1, a little following the line joining 618 and 619 ; 618 is at equal distances 
from T^ and 617. Another, Ts, is at the intersection of the line joining 
624 and \ (612 -[- 618) and the line joining T^ and B^. Two channels 
suspected in T\ one between 647 and 618, the other between 647 and 
640. The brighter portion of T^ describes an arc of a circle with 619 as 
a center, the preceding end pointing toward A^ ; the brighter portion of 
T; follows 640. 

612 is at the boundary between t^ and Tf^. 618 is well within t^. The 
index map does not show this region accurately. 

UvA fainter than either of the condensations in A^ and is difficult to 
observe on account of its nearness to the trapezium. U\a composed of 
several condensations forming a curve ending at the pocket ^i, at a point 
a little s, f. 612. The distances Ly-Ay and C^a-628 are about twice 
Ay-U^, I/a is in line with 628, Ay, and Z^ ; U^ is opposite the bay 
between Ay and J[„ in line with 619 and a point midway between Zy and 
the brightest portion of ^^s ; Uy is in line with 619 and the southern edge 
of the channel between Ay and A, ; Uyi probably extends inside the tra- 
pezium, and Ui has a complicated structure, which, however, is too faint 
to sketch. Ua and IT^ are quite well marked ; Uy and ?7i blend together, 
but under favorable circumstances are well marked ; the largest of the 
four is Uy. Probably Ua> Uy > Up > U^. U^ is not a condensation. 

V, TT, X, r, Z, z. 

I have a faint recollection of having seen another very faint bridge 
in Vj' Large portions of v, and 1^5 are almost or quite devoid of nebu- 
losity ; the same is true of the narrow channels v^ and v^. Nebulosity 
grows fainter toward the south end of v. 

W lies half way between 575 and 635 ; the preceding portion is 
brightest. 

The brightest part of Xj lies in line with // and 575. 

Y2 is gradually brighter toward the middle, but contains no nucleus, 
certainly nothing stellar. Only once was a nucleus suspected in J^j- 
Although the brighter portion of Y^ is almost as bright as tr^p, the latter 
is so large, and the intensity so evenly distributed, as to make it appear 
several grades brighter than Y^. 



280 NEBULA OF ORION, 1886-'94. 

Z2 is smaller than shown in index map. 

The two darkest regions are z^z^^ and v^^ especially north of Z^. 

The curved edges between fi^ and Vj, fx^ and Vj, etc. are not so ap- 
parent as was supposed at one time. The preceding end of fi^ is much 
the brighter. A narrow bay precedes fi^* m extends nearly to f i. 

The brightest part of z^ is between 669 and D^. 

f 1 is very faint, but yet easily visible. 

The preceding edge of ^ starts near the south end of i^ instead of 
as shown in index map. 

Determination of the Eelative Brightness of the Individual Con- 
densations. 

Each comparison contained in the Notes of Observations gives one 
or more equations of the form 

a?j — ^i = ^^ » 

where Xi and x^ are the observed brightnesses of the condensations i and 
j, and a^j is the corresponding difference in brightness expressed in grades. 
For example, the comparison G 4: III M^ gives the equations 

G^II=^i:, IT--M, = 1, G — M, = 5. 

The equations thus obtained, assigning to each equation a weight 
unity, gave normal equations of the following form : 

^11^1 P\T^2 P\r^3 jPi A . , . =z Ui , 
Pzi^l ~l~ ^22^2 ^23^3 P24p^i . . . = ^j , 
PiV^l P^2 I PvS^Z jP33^4 • • • ^3 > 



in which 

^iPii =Pn f -jPij =Pjj » Pn =Pji^ ^ <i • 

The solution of these normal equations was performed by trial. 

The normal equations are given on pp. 281-6. The resulting 
brightness of each condensation is given on p. 286. In obtaining these 
Ayp was assumed iq have a brightness of 20.0 grades. 



0B8EBVATI0N8 OF OBHOND STONE. 281 

A^ +133^^— 58^{— 312),— 10-S,— 344. 

Ai — 584^ + 326^{— 672),— 36-B',— 544.— 494^— 312^; 

2), — 31^^— 67^{ + 2162),— 28-S, — 24^— 21^^— 28^, 

B^ — 10^^— 36^f— 282), + 148^,— 11^.— 9^^ — 182^, 

A, — 34^^— 64^{— 242),— 11^, + 236^. — 56^^— 202', 

A^ ^ 49^4— 212),— 9^,— 564. + 2054p— 242^, 

2^; — 31^f— 282),— 18^,— 204*.— 24^^ + 8082^, 

A^ — 34f— 52),— 4^,— 44.— 44^— 22^, 

Zy — 144f— 22),— 25,— 174.— 224 p- 192^, 

0, — dA{— 42),— 25,— 54.— 34^— 182?; 

A^ — 3Ai— 2),— 5,— ^.— 34p— 42^, 

^, - 34f- 3A - 142^, 

Zp - 5Ai— 22), — 44.— 6Ap— 82?, 

5^ — 65,— 24.— 24p— 22?; 

/, - 35, - 312?; 

r, _ 65,- 24.- 2Af- 42?; 

C, — 55,— 24.— 24p- 32?; 

0^ — 122?; 

G — 95, — 24p— 602?; 

C, - 52?; 

W — 5F, 



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282 NEBULA OP OBION, 1886-94. 



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1 - 3A^ 





UZy — 


SO, 


3^, - 3<?, - 


5Zp 


A 


— 5^i> 




2Zy — 


v4(?. 


A,- 3$.- 


2Zf 


^, 


- iA^ 




■ 2Z,- 


20,- 


^, 


6By 


A. 


- i^rr 




nZy 


50, 


^, 


4Zf 2B^ 


A, 


! 4^y/ 




22Z^ 


30,- 


3^, 


6Zp 2By 


K 


1 - 2^.r 




l9Zy — 


180,- 


4^,- 14^,- 


8Zf 2By 


A^ 


j +27^,, 





iZ, 






Z, 


A 


' - 4^^ 


+ . 


.139Z^ — 


30, 


3 J, 3^, 


21Zp iB^ 


0^ 







SZy + 148 6>j — 


A,- 28^, 


- By 


^, 






3Z^- 


0, + 


23^, 




«. 






3Z^ 


280, 


+ 126^. - 


ZZf 


L, 


-d.^ 




21Z^ 




- SQ,+ 


69Zp — B^ 


B, 






4Z^ 


0, 




Zf + 93j?^ 


h 






2Z^ 


20, 


- «.- 


2Z^ 


Tr 






2Z,- 


60, 


2^, - 2(2, 


3^, 


c. 







A- 


^» 




5B^ 


0, 






A- 


380, 


- 27$, 


- A 


4. 






3Z^ 






Z, 


G 






13Z^ 


250, 


2^,- 15(>, - 


6Zp 7^^ 


Q. 








60, 


- lie. 


2B^ 


w 








20, 


- «. 


6£y 


L, 






A 







Z, 


A, 






2Z^ 




■2J' 


Z^ UB^ 


u. 














X. 












4Z^ SBy 


Jf 










- 15^.- 


2Z^ 65y 


A. 












28^^ 


iV^. 












- A 


T, 












— 6^„ 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBMOND STONE. 283 



4., 






» 








^i 














A 






• 








A 


- 3/.- 


57;- 


5<7, 






9G 


A, 




27; 


2C. 








A, 





27; 


2(7, 






10 


J'^ 


- 31/, - 


47,- 


3c;- 


120. 




ma 5^, 


Ayf 














y 


- 27. - 


27, 


c,- 


^i- 


37^- 


13 6^ 


Or 


- 2/,- 


67, 


c.- 


38 6>, 




25(? 6^, 


A, 




27, 









26^ 


c, 


- /.- 


27, 




270, 





15 <? 11^, 


z, 


- 27, 









^- 


^0 


By 




37, 


5(7.- 


<9. 




10 2$, 


/. 


+ 977. 






50, 


4.- 


286! Q^ 


T, 


+ 


477, 




20, 




36^ 


c. 




+ 28 C. 






26^ 


0, 


- 57.- 


27, 


+ 152^. 




256^ 7^, 


I^ 


- ^. 






+ 


l'?7,,- 


IG 


a 


287. 


37, 


2C. 


250, 


77^ + 335 6^ 9^, 


Q. 


- /. 






70, 




96^ + 66^, 


w 


- 27.- 


67, 


2c; 


20, 




126^ 5(>, 


u 










r^- 


2G 


A, 






C. 






4:G 


ir. 






* 









x. 












ZG 


// 


187. 


2 7, 


2C. 


230, • 


47,^- 


79G llQi 


A. 




T,- 


2(7. 







6G 


^, 


- /. 






90, 




6G 7Q, 


T, 




57, 








6G- 2C, 


Fx 












3G 



284 



NEBULA OF ORION, 1886-'94. 



•yp 



A, 

A 

K 



It 



•a 



O, 



By 

C\ 
Q 

w 

U 
A, 

// 

A, 

T, 

A, 
Mr 
"v 

R 



hW 



— U— 2A, 



— 2Tr 

— W 

— 8W 

— 2W 

— GW 

— 2W 

— 2W 



— 12 W - 

— 5TF 

+ 75 Tr- 

— W-\- 

— w 



- U 



— 2^, 

— 2^, 

— 11^, 



A» 



— 14 W - 

— 4Tr 

— 9F 

— W 



2Z, 

u 

19Z, 

2Z, 
5Z, 
5Z, 



4^, - 17. - 



9 



1U.- 



+ 56-4, 



+ 7f/: 



— i5zr 

4Z. - 2i?" 

3Z. — 6zr — 

— 18^ 

— 2// — 

— H — 

— IZII 

— 4^ 
3Z. — 797/ — 

— 117/ 

— 147/ — 
5Z. - 5Jy 
4Z, - 477 - 
2Z. - E 

677 — 



23^. 

A, 

2A, 



- iA,-2 U^ + 31Z. - 

— ^A, — U^— 6Z. + 303Jy 

— 17^, - 3Z. - 
-A, - 

- 2A, — 



— 5A 



t 



- U.- Z.- 



7If + 
19H — 
12Zr — 

5zr 

477- 
1377 — 

2ir 
2zr 

3i7 
13^ 
29^ — 

3zr 



6^. 

4^. 
17J. 

3^. 

7 A, 

81A, 

A. 

2A, 

lOA, 
2^. 



2A, 



OBSEBVATIONB OF OBMOND STONE. 285 



■^yp 










^i 










A 


• 








A 










A. 










A, 


• 








^, 










Ayf 










L, 










0, 


« 








A, 










c. 








« 


A 










By 


- N,- 


5^. 






/. 


- N, 








T, 




5r, 






c. 





^. 






Or 


OiTi 








/«. 










G 


6ir, 


er, 


37^1 




Q» 


- 7iv; 


27; 






w 




9r, 


- A^ 




U 






- M, 




A» 


- N,- 


2r, 


5^. 




U^ 






- ^. 




Z. 






- ^2 




n 


i9iv; 


127; 


5Fi 4: A a 13Jfj 


2^,p — 2<T^ 


A. 


- N.- 


27; 


10^. 2M^ 


. 


^: 


+ 69iV^, 


27; 


- A^ M, 




T, 


2ir, + 


927; 


- Aa- 5M,- 


2^,p 2<Ty. 


F. 




+ 


13Fi — 2Mt 




A. 


N. 


T, 


+ 25 2Mt 




M, 


N, 


57; 


2Fi 24. + 51M^ 


• 


"v 




27; 


+ 


18<T,p 9<Ty 


"XP 




27; 




9(7,^ + \^a^ 


N, 


SiV, 


37; 






E, 


3ir, 


67; 


2F, IM^ 




R 


- 9iv; 


267; 


A^ UM^ 


5(Tip 6(T^f 


ly. 






F - M, 





286 



yp 



A. 
At 



0^ 

A, 

Ix 
T, 

(K 
G 

w 

A, 

La 

IT 
A, 

A^ 
M. 



2 



It 



+ 
+ 
+ 

+ 
+ 

+ 1 = 



%N, — \^E, 



— Sir,— 3i^j 

- 3ir, — 6/;; 

— 2^, 



-lOiV, 



% 



NEBUiA or OBION, 1886-'94. 

— 264 

— 464 

— 312 
38 

258 

103 
34 
27 
14 

104 
1 

111 

36 

5 

19 

1 

35 

18 

4 

103 
24 
37 
6 
11 
21 
53 
59 
76 
1 
40 
4 
31 
60 
30 
52 
66 
65 

240 
10 

















^-.= 



w 



Ai = 

A = 

B, = 

A. = 

A, = 

F, = 



A, 
; L 



- 5 = i ^^ = 

+ 19 = I /, = 

+ 1 = ' t; = 

4- 35 = ! C\ = 

6>, = 

/,^ = 

<? = 

<2, = 



+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 



' w 

I U 



+ 53 = 



- 297? - 3/^ + 

— 2/j? + 

— 9^ + 

- 267i' — 



— R 
- lE^ - UB — /„ + 

— 57? — 

— 67? 

— 57? 
+.50^,— 197? 

— 5JV. — 19^, + 1167? 



+ 31 = 



+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 



+ 5A. + 10 = 






















A» 

II 

A. = 

N, = 

T, = 

F, = 

A^ = 

M^ = 

cv = 

<'\p = 

N, = 

E, = 

7? = 



7^ = 



20.0 
18.9 
19.1 
16.9 
16.5 
16.4 
15.7 
16.3 
15.6 
15.5 
15.8 
15.3 
14.7 
13.0 
14.0 
14.3 
= 13.1 
= 14.4 
= 13.6 
= 13.6 
= 13.2 
= 12.4 
= 12.8 
= 12.1 
= 14.9 
= 11.0 
= 11.9 
= 11.0 
= 11.2 
= 10.9 
= 10.7 
= 10.0 
8.7 
10.1 
6.8 
6.8 
8.3 
7.7 
8.8 



OBSERVATIONS OP ORMOND STONE. 



287 



Observe!) Brightness for Each Night. 

In forming the above equations, all the estimates were used. In the 
following mean results for each night, however, estimates of di£ferences 
greater than 5 grades were omitted, and in cases in which the condensa- 
tion was brighter (or fainter) than all those with which it was compared, 
dififerences of more than 3 grades were rejected. The eyepiece usually 
employed magnified 200 times. 



Date. 


Brightness. 


No. 
Comp. 


Date. 


Brightness. 


No. 
Comp. 


• 


A. 


r 




Ay — Continaed. 




1886, Sept. 


27 


19.6 


2 


1889, Oct. 2 


15.0 


1 




30 


20.2 


2 


1890, Sept. 18 


17.3 


2 


Oct. 


1 


21.6 


2 


1893, Oct. 8 


19.2 


3 




6 

7 


22.0 
20.9 


2 
1 






• 




• 






10 
11 


19.5 

1 o t\ 


3 


^i 






18.9 


2 


- 








12 


18.1 


5 


1886, Sept. 26 


16.3 


3 




13 


19.2 


3 


27 


18.2 


2 




14 


22.1 


1 


29 


16.8 


1 




15 


22.1 


1 


30 


17.6 


4 




18 


18.3 


6 


Oct. 1 


17.1 


3 


• 


19 


19.4 


4 


3 


16.0 


2 




21 


19.7 


7 


6 


17.8 


4 




22 


19.2 


6 


7 


19.0 


4 


Nov. 


i 


20.2 


3 


8 


16.6 


3 




7 


18.8 


2 


10 


18.7 


3 




8 


20.4 


2 


11 


18.9 


1 




14 


18.5 


1 


12 


16.2 


5 


Dec. 


17 


17.8 


2 


13 


16.7 


4 


1887, Jan, 


24 


18.7 


1 


14 


15.6 


6 


Oct. 


14 


17.5 


1 


15 


19.4 


1 


1888, Nov. 


11 


20.2 


4 


18 


20.0 


7 




12 


16.2 


2 


19 


19.7 


5 



288 



NEBUiA or OBION, 1886-94. 





] 

Date. Brightness. 

1 t 


Ko. 
Comp. 


1 

Date. 




Brightness. 


No. 
Comp. 


A ^ — Continued. 

1 


1886, Oct. 


—Con 

7 


tinned. 




1886, 


Oct. 21 


19.0 


8 


16.6 


3 




22 


19.1 


6 


1 
1 


10 


17.8 


3 




Nov. 4 


18.5 


6 


1 
1 


11 


17.4 


2 




7 


17.0 


3 


1 


12 


18.7 


1 




8 


19.3 


3 


1 

1 


13 


17.9 


1 




14 


17.2 


6 


1 


14 


18.6 


5 




Dec. 17 


17.7 


2 




15 


18.9 


1 . 


1887, 


Jan. 3 


17.6 


3 


r 


18 


16.0 


5 




4 


20.6 


3 


v 


19 


17.9 


3 




10 


21.0 


2 


1 
1 


21 


19.6 


3 




12 


21.1 


3 




22 


18.6 


3 


• 


14 


18.0 


1 


Nov. 


4 


20.4 


5 




24 


19.3 


4 




7 


14.4 


1 




Feb. 24 


21.1 


1 


1 


8 


18.8 


1 




Oct. 14 


20.3 


. 2 




14 


19.7 


6 


1888, 


Nov. 11 


17.8 


3 


Dec. 


17 


22.7 


2 




12 


18.6 


2 


1887, Jan. 


3 


21.9 


1 


1889, 


Oct, 2 


17.5 


3 




4 


19.1 


3 




Nov. 29 


19.1 


1 




10 


16.9 


2 




Dec. 19 


20.1 


2 


1 


12 


18.5 


3 


1890, 


Sept. 18 


18.6 


4 


1 
i 

1 


14 


• 

21.9 


1 


1893, 


Oct. 8 


19.2 


3 


1 


JL JL 


^^ ^k • »^ 


Jtm 










1 

Feb. 


24 
24 


19.9 
18.2 


3 




z>. 




1 






Oct. 

1888, Nov. 


14 
12 


17.9 

18.2 


2 










3 


1886, 


Sept. 26 


17.9 


1 


1889, Oct. 


2 


18.3 


1 




29 


19.7 


1 














^ aw ^k 


^^ 


Nov. 


29 


18.9 


1 




30 


17.6 


2 












Oct. 1 


17.0 


2 


Dec. 


19 


17.7 


2 




3 


17.6 


2 


1890, Sept. 


18 


19.1 


3 




• 

6 ' 


18.1 


3 


j 1893, Oct. 


8 


18.1 


2 



0B8EBVATI0NS OF OSMOND STONE. 



289 



Date. 


Brightness. 


No. 
Gomp. 


Date. 


Brightness. 


No. 
Gomp. 






1 




A, 


— Continued. 




1886, Sept. 


26 


15.7 


3 


1886, Oct. 


3 


18.9 


1 




27 


17.9 


1 




6 


J8.9 


1 


Oct. 


1 


16.2 


2 




7 


13.4 


1 




3 


18.7 


1 




8 


18.2 


2 




7 


19.1 


2 




10 


13.4 


1 




8 


18.9 


1 




11 


19.5 


1 




11 


16.1 


1 




12 


16.7 


3 




12 


18.0 


2 


s 


13 


16.7 


3 




13 


18.6 


1 




18 


17.8 


6 


• 


14 


17.1 


1 




19 


14.9 


5 




15 


16.7 


2 




21 


16.9 


7 




18 


18.0 


4 




22 


15.4 


7 


1 


21 


16.0 


4 


Nov. 


4 


16.2 


6 




22 


18.6 


2 




7 


17.8 


i 


Nov. 


4 


13.6 


1 


• 


8 


16.7 


3 




7 


18.1 


2 


1887, Jan. 


3 


17.1 


1 




8 


16.9 


2 




4 


16.2 


4 




14 


17.0 


1 


1 


12 


16.3 


1 


Dec. 


17 


18.5 


1 




24 


17.0 


2 


1887, Jan. 


3 


17.3 


3 


Feb. 


24 


14.3 


2 


• 


10 


18.0 


1 


1888, Nov. 


11 


15.7 


1 




12 


15.9 


3 




12 


18.2 


1 




14 


15.7 


2 


1889, Oct. 


2 


16.7 


1 


• 


24 


16.8 


2 


1890, Sept. 


18 


15.5 


2 


Feb. 


24 


16.9 


1 


1893, Oct. 


8 


16.1 


3 


Oct. 


14 
12 


19.0 
19.0 


1 
1 










1888, Nov. 




A, 




1893, Oct. 


8 


16.9 


4 








1886, Oct. 


6 

7 


13.4 

18 2 






A 


r 


• 


1 
1 


1886. Sept. 


29 


18.0 


1 

1 




f 

8 


Jk \J • mm 

16.6 


2 



290 



NEBULA OP ORION, 1886-'94. 



Date. 



Brightness. 



No. 
Ck>mp. 



Date. 



'Brightness. 



No. 
Gomp. 





Afi — ContiDued. 


1 
1 


J'^ 


— Continued. 




1886, 


Oct. 10 


15.4 


2 


1886, Oct. 


10 


16.5 


3 




12 


16.3 


3 




11 


15.2 


2 




13 


17.4 


2 


1 


12 


17.0 


1 




14 


16.8 


2 


1 


13 


14.0 


1 




15 


15.8 


2 




14 


16.4 


6 




18 


15.5 


6 


* 


15 


15.9 


5 




19 


16.4 


4 




18 


15.8 


9 




21 


17.1 


7 


( 


19 


16.8 


2 




22 


16.5 


9 


1 


21 


16.4 


18 




Nov. 4 


16.4 


6 


\ 


22 


15.6 


12 




7 


•17.1 


1 


Nov. 


4 


15.7 


7 . 




8 


16.4 


4 




7 


16.3 


2 


1887, 


Jan. 3 


17.3 


1 




8 


15.2 


7 




4 


16.0 


4 




14 


15.4 , 


5 




12 


16.0 


1 


1887, Jan. 


3 


15.6 


4 




24 


15.0 


2 




12 


15.7 


5 




Feb. 24 


18.0 


2 




14 


15.4 


2 


1888, 


Nov.' 11 


17.1 


2 




24 


17.0 


4 




12 


17.4 


1 

3 


Feb. 


24 


16.1 


4 


1889, 


Oct. 2 


19.0 


1 


1 1889, Dec. 


19 


15.8 1 


2 


1890, 


Sept. 18 


15.8 


2 


1890, Sept. 


18 


13.7 


2 


1893, 


Oct. 8 


15.5 


2 

1 


1893, Oct. 


8 


15.2 


2 



F. 


t 




1886, Feb. 22 


13.2 


• 

1 


Sept. 26 


14.1 


1 


30 


16.2 , 


1 


Oct. 1 


15.0 


5 


3 


16.1 


3 


6 


15.6 


1 



1886, Oct. 18 


18.0 


1 


19 


18.6 


1 


21 


16.1 


3 


22 


16.8 


1 


Nov. 8 


15.1 


2 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBHOND STONE. 



291 



Date. 



Brightness. 




1886, 



1887, 
1888, 



Sept. 26 

30 

Oct. 8 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

18 

19 

21 

22 

Nov. 8 

Jan. 24 

Nov. 11 



1893, Oct. 



12 

8 



14.4 

18.9 

16.4 

17.2 

18.2 

16.6 

15.5 

16.2 

16.0 

15.8 

16.0 

16.0 

15.7 

16.4. 

11.9 

17.7 

14.4 

17.5 



O 



2 



3 
1 
1 
4 
1 
4 
3 
1 
3 
5 
1 
11 
3 
3 
1 
1 
3 
2 



1886, Jan. 


.8 


15.3 


1 


Sept. 


26 


12.3 


1 




29 


15.0 


2 




30 


12.8 


1 


Oct. 


1 


14.0 


3 




3 


15.4 


1 




6 


14.0 


1 




8 


14.6 


1 




10 


14.2 


2 




11 


13.8 


1 



0. — Oontinned. 



% 



1886, Oct. 



Nov. 



1888, Nov. 



12 
13 
14 
15 
18 
19 
21 
22 
4 
7 
14 
12 



16.1 
15.9 
16.4 
14.4 
15.5 
14.7 
16.0 
16.3 
14.8 
16.3 
16.^ 
14.4 



Ci 



1 
2 
2 
2 
7 
1 
5 
7 
3 
2 
4 
1 



' 1886, Oct. 


6 


13,7 


1 


1 
1 
1 


19 


13.9 


1 


Nov. 


8 


16.6 


1 


\\ 1888, Nov. 


12 


12.1 


1 


1889, Oct. 

1 


2 


17.9 


2 



1886, Sept. 


29 


14.4 


1 1 




30 


16.0 


1 


Oct. 


1 


14.5 


1 




6 


13.6 


1 


/ 


8 


14.9 


1 




10 


15.9 


3 




11 


15.8 


1 




12 


14.8 


1 



292 



NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-94. 



Date. 



Brigbtneas. 



No. 
Comp. 



Qi — Ooutinaed. 



1886, 



Oct. 13 
14 
18 
19 
21 
22 
4 
7 
8 
14 



Nov. 



14.0 


14.9 


15.0 


14.6 


16.4 


15.4 


15.2 


14.5 


14.9 


17.6 



3 
1 
9 
1 
5 
2 
2 
2 
1 
4 



1886, Sept. 26 

Oct. 7 

11 



14.8 
13.0 
12.4 



3 
2 

2 







^* 


1 




1886, 


Oct. 


10 


14.0 


2 






12 


16.4 


2 






13 


15.9 


2 






14 


15.7 


1 






15 


13.7 


2 






18 


15.2 


4 






21 


13.3 


2 






22 


14.6 






Nov. 


4 


13.6 








7 


14.3 








8 


13.4 




1888, 


Nov. 


12 


11.6 








A 


f 


1 



Date. 



Brightneas. 



No. 
Comp. 



By — Gontinaed. 



1886, Oct. 



Nov. 

1887, Jan. 
Oct. 

1888, Nov. 

1889, Dec. 



12 

13 

14 

15 

18 

19 

21 

22 

7 

8 

3 

14 

12 

19 



1890, Sept. 18 



15.5 
12.9 
16.2 
12.8 
12.4 
12.3 
12.2 
13.8 
10.7 
12.7 
13.0 
15.1 
14.7 
16.0 
17.3 



/. 



1886, Sept. 30 

Oct. 5 

10 

11 

13 

14 

19 

21 

22 

Nov. 4 

7 

8 

14 



13.5 
15.2 
14.6 
15.7 
15.6 
13.7 
13.0 
12.4 
13.4 
12.9 
14.0 
15.0 
9.7 



4 
6 
2 
3 
5 
2 
1 
2 
4 
3 
1 
1 
1 
2 
5 



' _ 



1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
2 
5 
3 
2 
1 
1 



OBSEBVATIONS OF OBKONB 8T0ME. 



293 



1 
1 

Date. Brightness. 

» 


No. 
Ck>mp. 


I 

Date. 


Brightness. 


No. 
Comp. 


/, — Continued. 


1 


0, 


I 


1887, Jan. 4 


13.7 


1886, Sept. 26 


11.7 


2 


12 


13.1 


3 


29 


14.4 


2 


14 


14.1 


1 


30 


16.3 


1 


24 


14.2 


1 


Oct. 1 


14.8 


2 


1889, Dee. 19 


13.5 


3 


5 


15.5 


3 


1893, Oct. 9 


13.7 


1 


6 


12.4 


1 








8 
10 


15.0 
14.0 


1 






2 


T 




11 


14.5 


2 




, 


12 
13 
14 
15 
18 
19 
22 
Nov. 4 
7 

14 
1887, Jan. 12 


13.8 
15.8 
14.3 
14.2 
14.6 
14.3 
14.1 
13.7 
14.9 
12.9 
13.6 


2 


1886, Sept. 30 
Oct. 12 
14 
15 
18 
21 
22 
Nov. 4 


14.8 
13.6 
17.5 
16.2 
14.4 
15.2 
9.8 
12.8 


1 
1 
1 

2 
3 
4 
1 
1 


2 
4 
2 
3 
4 
3 
4 
2 
1 






1 


c. 




1888, Nov. 12 


12.3 


1 


1886, Sept. 26 


1 

16.4 
15.9 
13.0 


2 
1 
1 


I^ 


Oct. 1 
13 


1886, Oct. 19 

21 


13.8 
15.6 


1 
1 


21 


13.6 


1 


22 


13.4 


2 


22 


13.2 
12.0 


2 
1 








Nov. 7 


G 




1887 Oct. 14 


11.0 


1 






1888, Nov. 12 


12.4 


1 


1886, Sept. 26 


13.6 




6 



294 



NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 





Date. 


Brightness. 


No. 
Comp. 


Date. 




Brightness. 

* 


Mo. 
Comp. 




G- 


—Continued. 


1 
1 


C. 


— Continaed. 




1886, 


Sept. 


29 


15.5 


1 


1886, Oct. 


13 


12.0 


1 






30 


11.8 


2 




14 


13.8 


1 




Oct. 


1 


15.9 


6 ■ 

1 




15 


13.2 


4 






3 


12.8 


1 




18 


13.2 


4 






6 


14.8 


3 




19 


11 4O 


1 






10 


12.7 


7 




21 


14.6 


1 






11 


12.6 


3 




22 


13.7 


3 






12 


12.6 


2 ! 


Nov. 


4 


13.3 


5 






13 


13.5 


1 

2 




7 


12.0 


1 






14 


13.2 


6 




8 


10.0 


1 






15 

18 


14.7 
15,1 


2 
4 














If 


F> 








19 
21 


13.8 
13.4 


4 
17 






















22 


13.1 


19 


1886, Sept. 


30 


12.6 


2 




Nov. 


4 


14.0 


13 


Oct. 


1 


11.9 


1 






8 


14.1 


8 




3 


13.7 


1 


1887, 


Jan. 


4 


13.0 


1 




6 


11.1 


1 






12 


13.7 


4 i 




8 


15.0 


1 






14 


14.0 


2 ! 




10 


10.5 


1 






24 


12.3 


2 ! 




11 


12.9 


3 




Feb. 


24 


15.6 


1 




12 


12.8 


1 


1888, 


Nov. 


12 


13.1 


4 i 




14 


12.6 


8 


1889, 


Dec. 


19 


11.2 


2 ' 




15 


14.0 


3 












Nov. 


18 

19 

22 

4 


12.8 
10.6 
13.2 
13.2 


6 






Q^ 




1 
1 










1 


1 


1886, 


Feb.. 


22 


15.7 


1 ' 

1 




7 


14.1 


4 




Sept. 


26 


13.6 


1 




8 


13.2 


1 






30 


14.2 


1 


1887, Jan. 


12 


12.0 


2 




Oct. 


10 


11.2 


1 ! 




14 


12.2 


2 



OBSEBVATtONS OF OBMOND STONE. 



296 



Date. 



! Brightness, 



No. 
Oomp. 



W- — Continned. 



1887, Jan. 24 

1888, Nov. 12 



13.7 
10.5 



Z, 



1886, Oct. 



11 

18 
21 
22 



12.4 
13.1 
12.0 
13.3 



ir. 



1886, Oct. 



13 
18 
21 
22 



14.8 
12.4 
13.8 
14.2 



1 
1 



1 
3 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
1 







A, 


) 


1 


1886, 


Oct. 


6 


11.0 


1 






7 


9.0 








10 


11.0 








13 


12.5 


1 

2 1 






15 


13.0 


1 1 






18 


12.0 


A ' 1 






22 


12.2 


1 




Nov. 


7 


11.7 


1 






8 


12.8 




1887, 


Jan. 


3 


11.7 




1888, 


Nov. 


12 


12.5 


3 



Sate. 



Brightnem. 



No. 
Comp. 



1886, Oct. 



1888, Nov. 



8 
10 
12 
13 
18 
19 
21 
22 
12 



16.4 
11.2 
12.3 
10.3 
11.8 
12.4 
9.2 
12.5 
13.8 



IT 



1886, Sept. 26 

Oct. 1 

3 

6 

8 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

18 

19 

21 

22 

Nov. 4 

7 

8 

14 



13.5 


6 


12.2 


4 


12.6 


1 


11.4 


3 


10.6 


2 


10.7 


3 


12.0 


2 


10.9 


2 


12.1 


3 


11.7 


4 


11.4 


1 


11.9 


7 


13.2 


2 


12.8 


8 


11.3 


18 


11,4 


12 


9.7 


4 


11.3 


10 


10.3 


1 



296 



NEBULA OF ORION, l886-'94. 



Date. 



Brightness. 



No. 
Comp. 



H- — Oontinued. 



1887, Jan. 



1888, 
1889, 



Feb. 
Nov. 
Dec. 



4 
12 
14 
24 
24 
12 
19 



11.6 
12.2 
12.6 
13.1 
12.4 
12.9 
12.8 



V 



1886, Oct. 



1887, 



Nov. 
Feb. 



10 
19 
22 
14 
24 



F, 



T, 



1886, Sept. 27 

30 

Oct. 10 

12 



9.2 
12.4 

8.9 
10.4 



1 
3 
4 
3 
2 
4 
1 





1 
1 
2- 

2 



Date. 



Brightness. ^^^ 



Ti — Continued. 



1886, Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 
1887, Jan. 

Feb. 




iv; 



1886, Sept. 26 

29 



Oct. 



Nov. 



30 
8 

10 

11 

12 

13 

18 

19 

21 

22 

4 

7 

8 



13.1 


12.4 


11.1 


11.9 


12.8 


11.2 


13.0 


11.2 


9.9 


13.5 


10.5 


10.3 


8.4 


12.7 


11.6 



4 
4 
4 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 



1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
2 
2 
3 



0B8EBTATI0NB OF OBMOND 8T0ME. 



297 



Date. 



Brightness. 



No. 
Gomp. 



A. 



1886, Oct. 



Nov. 



6 

7 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

18 

19 

22 

7 

8 



14.1 


12.3 


13.2 


12.4 


9.8 


10.4 


11.0 


10.2 


9.9 


10.1 


12.2 


12.0 


10.7 



M, 



2 
3 
2 
3 
2 
4 
2 
2 
4 
3 
2 
2 
4 



1886, 


Sept. 


26 


12.6 


2 






27 


10.3 


1 






30 


8.0 


1 




Oct. 


8 


10.2 


2 




1 


13 


7.9 


1 






14 


9.6 


3 






18 


10.2 


5 






19 


7.4 


2 






21 


11.7 


2 






22 


11.8 


3 




Nov. 


7 


12.7 


1 


1887, 


Jan. 


24 


8.3 


1 




Feb. 


24 


9.0 


1 


1888, 


Nov. 


12 


7.7 


1 


1889, 


Dec. 


19 


7.7 


3 



Date. 



Brightness. 



No. 
Comp. 



1886, Oct. 



Nov. 



7 
10 
12 
13 
14 
18 
19 
22 

8 



10.0 




10.4 




10.0 




10.6 




10.0 


1 


8.6 




10.0 


2 


10.3 


1 


10.6 


2 



'1J> 



1886, Oct. 10 

19 

22 

Nov. 14 

1887, Feb. 24 



7.6 
10.1 
8.4 
7.1 
7.1 



iT, 



1886, Oct. 13 

19 

22 

Nov. 7 



£, 



8. 


,3 


9. 


,1 


9. 


,8 


9. 


.3 

1 



1 
1 

3 
1 
2 



1 
1 
1 

2 



1886, Oct. 


1 


7.7 


1 


• 


8 


8.2 


1 




11 


8.3 


1 



298 



NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 





Date. 




Brightness. 


No. 
Comp. 


Sate. 




1 

1 

BrightDess. 


Mo. 
Comp. 




E, 


— Continaed. 




R — Continued. 




1886, 


Oct. 


12 


8.8 


2 


1886, Oct. 


13 


7.7 


2 






13 


10.3 






14 


7.6 


4 






14 


7.7 






18 


7.9 


7 






18 


7.7 






19 


4.8 


1 






19 


9.6 




« 


21 


8.9 


1 






22 


7.7 






22 


7.3 


9 




Nov. 


4 


9.1 




Nov. 


4 


10.4 


5 






7 


7.8 






7 


10.3 


3 






8 


7.7 






8 


8.6 


2 




• 


14 


8.3 






14 


7.6 


3 




Dec. 


17 


7.8 




Dec. 


17 


8.1 


1 


1887, 


Jan. 


24 


8.7 




1887, Jan. 


1 

3 


9.0 


1 




Feb. 


24 


10.4 






14 


7.9 


1 


1889, 


Dec. 


19 


10.4 


3 


Feb. 


24 


6.7 


1 






R 






' 1888, Nov. 
1889, Dec. 


12 
19 


8.7 
7.5 


1 






» 




1 


1886, 


Sept. 


27 7.8 


1 


' 


T^ 








Oct. 


30 10.0 

1 

1 8.3 

1 


1 
1 


1886, Sept. 
Oct. 


26 
13 


14.6 
11.2 


1 
1 






10 ; 11.7 


4 


1 


19 


9-8 


1 






11 8.2 


2 




21 


8.8 


2 






12 


8.4 


2 




22 


12.0 


1 



OBSERVATIONS OP ORMOND STONE. 



Photometric Catalogue of Stars. 



299 



As a standard catalogue with which to compare the photometric 
observations of stars, the following was obtained from the catalogues of 
Struve and Liapunoff,* G. P. Bond,t and Sir John Herschel. t The mag- 
nitudes given by the latter two observers were reduced to those of Struve 
and LiapunoiF by means of the following table, in which the column 
marked B ox II gives the magnitudes according to either Bond or Her- 
schel, and the columns marked B^ and 11^ give the corresponding mag- 
nitudes according to Struve and Liapunofif : 



if or H 


A 


Ih 


Box H 


^2 


11^ 


5 


• « • 


4.6 


12 


11.5 


10.0 


6 


... 


5.5 


13 


12.0 


10.6 


7 


a ■ . 


6.4 


14 


12.4 


, 11.1 


8 


5.4 


7.3 


15 


12.7 


11.6 


9 


7.0 


8.1 


16 


13.0 


12.1 


10 


8.4 


8.8 


17 


• « ■ 


12.6 


11 


9.9 


9.4 


18 


• • • 


13.0 



The resulting magnitudes reduced to Struve 's standard are given in 
the following catalogue. In this catalogue the estimate of at least one 
observer differs from the mean by one magnitude or more for Bond 434, 
558, 583, 620, 671, 684, 708. In addition there is a difference between 
the estimates of different observers of at least one magnitude for Bond 
81, 232, 247, 323, 370, 402, 505, 558, 575, 580, 587, 589, 599, 639, 647, 
653, 654, 663, 666, 667, 680, 685, 690, 724, 734, 740, 741, 746, 762, 808, 
822, 825, 848, 881, 883, 905, 927. 



* O. Stmve. Observations de la grande ncbaleiise d'Orion, avec 4 planches. Mem. de 
TAcad. Imp. des Sciences de St. Petersbourg, tome v, No. 4, 1862. 

t G. P. Bond. Annals of the Harvard College Observatory, vol. v, 1867. 

X Sir J. F. W. Herschel. Besults of Astronomical Observations at the Cape of Good 
Hope. 



300 



NEBULA. OF OBION, 1886-'94. 



NiTlfBXB. 




Maonitusk. 




HersoheU 
Struve. 


Bond. 


Strave. 


Bond. 


1 

Herschel. 


1 

{ Mean. 


1 


1 

81 


7.0 


8.0 


7.3 


7.4 


2 


232 


9.0 


8.8 


10.0 


9.3 


3 


246 


7.0 

1 


7.4 


.7.7 


7.4 


4 


247 


1 8.0 

1 


7.8 


8.5 


8.1 


6 


303 


8.8 


8.3 


8.8 


8.6 


6 


311 


9.0 


> 9.4 


9.1 


9.2 

1 


7 


315 


8.0 


' 8.7 


8.8 


8.5 


8 


314 


10.7 


; 10.5 


10.0 


' 10.4 


9 


323 


9.0 


9.4 


10.0 


9.5 

1 


10 


335 


9.2 


9.8 


9.4 


9.5 


11 


346 


9.0 


9.4 


9.1 


9.2 


12 


363 


9.1 


9.4 


9.4 


9.3 


13 


370 


12.0 


12.1 


11.1 


11.7 


14 


373 


10.8 


11.5 


11.1 


11.1 


15 


347 


12.0 


12.6 


11.6 


12.1 


16 


377 


10.4 


10.4 


10.0 


10.3 


17 


382 


10.2 


11.0 


11.1 


10.8 


18 


387 


9.1 


9.0 


9.1 


9.1 


19 


399 


11.5 


11.8 


11.1 


11.5 


20 


401 


,7.5 


7.4 


7.3 


7.4 


21 


402 


10.8 


11.8 


10.6 


11.1 


22 


409 


11.8 


12.4 


12.1 


12.1 


23 


404 


7.5 


•7.6 


7.3 


7.5 


24 


. 410 


7.5 


7.1 


7.3 


7.3 


26 


430 


10.3 


11.0 , 


10.6 


10.6 


27 


427 


9.3 


9.4 


9.4 


9.4 

1 


28 


443 


12.0 


12.0 


11.1 


11.7 ; 


29 


434 


7.5 


10.7 


10.0 


9.4 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBMOND STONE. 



301 



NUMBEB. 


Maonitcdb. 


Uerschel- 
Struve. 


Bond. 


StruTe. 


Bond. 


HencheL 


Mean. 


30 


435 


12.0 


12.0 


12.1 


12.0 


32 


449 


8.7 


9.1 


9.4 


9.1 


33 


458 


10.5 


10.2 


11.1 


10.6 


34 


467 


6.3 


6.5 


7.3 


6.7 


36 


479 


8.7 


8.4 


8.8 


8.6 


36 


• 490 


12.0 


12.5 


12.1 


12.2 


37 

• 


497 


9.0 


8.3 


9.1 


8.8 


38 


506 


10.0 


10.4 


10.6 


10.3 


40 


505 


7.7 


7.8 


6.8 


7.4 


41 


516 


12.0 


12.2 


11.6 


11.9 


42 


508 


12.0 


11.8 


11.6 


11.8 


43 


510 


12.0 


12.0 


11.6 


11.9 


44 


524 


12.0 


11.8 


12.6 


12.1 


45 


523 


8.8 


8.6 


9.4 


8.9 


46 


532 


13.0 


12.5 


12.1 


12,5 


47 


545 


12.0 


12.0 


11.6 


11.9 


48 


551 


9.5 


8.6 


9.4 


9.2 


49 


554 


6.5 


7.0 


6.8 


6.8 


50 


558 


10.7 


9.4 


11.1 


10.4 


51 


575 


12,5 


11.3 


12.6 


12.1 


52 


566 


11.7 


12.1 


11.6 


11.8 


53 


570 


7.8 


7.6 


7.3 


7.6 


54 


573 


12.0 


12.4 


11.6 


12.0 


56 


580 


11.1 


11.8 


12.1 


11.7 


57 


589 


13.0 


11.9 


12.6 


12.5 


58 


583 


13.0 


10.7 


10.6 


11.4 


59 


599 


12.0 


11.2 


10.0 


11.1 


60 


587 


13.0 


12.4 


11.6 


12.3 



302 



NEBULA OP OBION, 1886-*94. 



NUMBKB. 




MAORTUra. 




Henchel- 
Strnve. 


Bond. 


Stmve. 


Bond. 
11.8 


Herschel. 


Mean. 


62 


598 


11.6 


11.6 


11.6 


63. 


620 


13.0 


12.0 


10.6 


11.9 


66 


615 


12.0 


12.5 


12.1 


12.2 


68 


623 


12.0 


12.4 


11.6 


12.0 


70 


635 


9.5 


9.1 


10.0 


9.5 


72 


644 


11.5 


12.4 


11.6 


11.8 


74 


639 


9.5 


10.1 


8.8 


9.5 


75 


647 


12.5 


11.6 


13.1 


12.4 


76 


652 


11.5 


12.4 


11.6 


11.8 


77 


658 


11.6 


11.8 


11.1 


11.5 


78 


654 


13.0 


11.8 


13.1 


12.6 


79 


650 


11.1 


12.0 


11.6 


11.6 


80 


657 


11.5 


12.0 


12.1 


11.9 


81 


666 


13.5 


12.4 


12.1 


12.7 


83 


653 


11.4 


12.4 


12.1 


12.0 


84 


663 


12.0 


11.0 


11.1 


11.4 


85 


667 


8.7 


7.6 


8.8 


8.4 


86 


670 


9.3 


9.6 


9.4 


9.4 


87 


669 


9.0 


8.1 


8.8 


8.6 


88 


671 


12.0 


10.7 


12.7 


11.8 


89 


681 


12.0 


12.6 


12.1 


12.2 


90 


684 


13.5 


12.6 


11.6 


12.6 


91 


686 


13.5 


12.9 


12.6 


i3.0 


92 


680 


13.0 


12.4 


11.6 


12.3 


93 


685 


4.8 


5.9 


4.6 


5.1 


94 


693 


13.0 


12.4 


12.1 


12.5 


95 


690 


10.2 


8.8 


10.0 


9.7 


96 


703 


12.0 


12.4 


12.1 


12.2 



OBSEBVATIONS OP ORMOMD STONB. 



303 




Maonitudb. 



Herschel- 
Struve. 


Bond. 


Struve. 


97 


695 


11.0 


98 


696 


10.0 


99 


705 


9.8 


100 


709 


11.2 


101 


708 


6.1 


102 


700 


10.2 


103 


707 


10.7 


104 


724 


8.7 


105 


722 


12.5 


106 


732 


10.9 


107 


740 


11.0 


108 


734 


5.6 


109 


738 


12.0 


110 


741 


7.7 


111 


746 


8.1 


112 


750 


10.4 


113 


757 


8.3 


114 


759 


12.5 


115 


762 


13.5 


116 


776 


13.5 


117 


778 


11.5 


118 


786 


12.0 


120 


781 


9.3 


121 


789 


13.0 


122 


783 


13.0 


123 


784 


10. p 


124 


785 


9.7 


' 125 


795 


11.7 



Bond. 



11.8 

10.7 

10.7 

11.8 

7.8 

10.7 

10.2 

9.1 

12.1 

10.7 

12.0 

7.0 

12.0 

8.4 

9.6 

9.6 

8.4 

12.9 

12.6 

13.1 

12.0 

12.4 

9.6 

12.6 

12.4 

9.6 

9.6 

11.8 



Herachel. 



11.6 
10.6 

9.4 
11.1 

6.4 
10.0 
10.6 

8.1 
11.6 
10.0 
11.1 

6.0 
12.1 

7.3 

8.8 
10.0 

8.5 
12.1 
12.1 
13.1 
12.1 
12.1 

9.4 
13.1 
12.6 
10. 

9.4 
11.1 



Mean. 

11.5 
10.4 
10.0 
11.4 

6.8 
10.3 
10.5 

8.6 
12.1 
10.5 
11.4 

6.2 
12.0 

7.8 

8.8 
10.0 

8.4 
12.5 
12.7 
13.2 
11.9 
12.2 

9.4 
12.9 
12.7 

9.9 

9.6 
11.5 



J 



304 



NEBtTLA OP OBION, 1886-'94. 



NXTIi 


IBXB. 

Bond. 




Uaokitusb. 




Herschel- 
Stmve. 


Strnve. 


Bond. 


Henchel. 


Mean. 


1 

126 


793 


10.9 


11.0 


10.6 


10.8 


127 


806 


10.5 


11.0 


10.6 


10.7 


128 


805 


12.0 


12.4 


11.6 


12.0 


129 


808 


10.0 


11.3 


10.6 


10.6 


130 


826 


13.0 


12.6 


12.1 


12.6 


131 


825 


13.5 


12.5 


12.1 


12.7 


132 


823 


10.0 


9.4 


9.4 


9.6 


133 


822 


8.2 


9.4 


8.5 


8.7 


.134 


832 


13.0 


12.4 


12.6 


12.7 


135 


843 


5.5 


6,4 


6.0 


6.0 


136 


848 


7.3 


8.3 


7.3 


7.6 


137 


863 


12.0 


11.8 


11.6 


11.8 


138 


865 


10.0 


9.9 


9.4 


9.8 


139 


881 


10.5 


9.1 


9.4 


9.7 


140 


883 


12.0 


12.1 


11.1 


11.7 


141 


893 


12.5 


12.0 


12.1 


12.2 


142 


889 


10.6 


10.4 


10.0 


10.3 


143 


905 


6.0 


5.1 


5.0 


5.4 


144 


927 


12.0 


12.6 


11.6 


12.1 


145 


924 


8.0 


8.4 


7.7 


8.0 


147 


938 


10.0 


9.6 


9.4 


9.7 


148 


953 


7.5 


7.4 


8.1 


7.7 


149 


955 


8.5 


9.1 


8.8 


8.8 


150 


956 


8.5 


8.7 


8.8 

1 


8.7 



obsebvatioms of obhons stone. 305 

Detebmination of the Beiative Bbiohtness of Stabs in the 

HUTGHENIAN BeGION. 

Equations were formed for the stars in the Hujghenian region in 
the same manner as were those for the condensations. In forming these 
equations comparisons between stars differing six-tenths of a magnitude 
or more as given in the above photometric catalogue were excluded, 
except in cases where there were no other stars among those observed 
differing in brightness from a given star less than that amount. In such 
cases each star was compared with at least one brighter and one fainter 
star, if such comparisons were given. 

The following are the normal equations obtained. The solution, 
obtained by successive approximations is given on p. 308. 



10(648)— 3(621)— 2(675)— 2(654). — (667) 

3(648) + 14(621) — 3(676) — (601) 

2(648)— 3(621)+ 20(675)— 2(654)— (601)— (567) 

2(648) — 2(675) + 5(654) 

— (621)— (675) + 6(601)— (567) 
(648) — (675) — (601) + 17(567) 

— 2(621) — 2(601)— 4(567) 
2(648)— (621)— (675) — 2(667) 

— 4(621)— 2(675) — 2(567) 

— 4(675)— (654)— (601)— 4(567) 

— 4(675) 

. - (567) 

' - (567) 



648 
621 
675 
664 
601 
567 
595 
642 
602 
631 
686 
676 
636 
581 
612 
608 
618 
641 
651 
573 
589 
622 
575 
671 
709 
647 
568 
617 , — 4(647) 



— 5(589)— 8(622) 

— (589)— 2(622)— 4(575) 
+ 69(589) — 28(622) — 35(575) 

— 28(589) + 75(622) — 31(575) — 6(671) 

— 35(589) — 31(622) + -90(575) — 20(671) 

— 6(622)— 20(575)4-87(671)— 23(709) — 35(647) 

— 23(671) + 43(709) — 18(647) 

— 35(671) — 18(709) + 64(647) 

— 3(671)— 2(709)— 7(647) 



306 



NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-94. 



648 




2(642) 






• 


621 


2(595) 


(642) - 


4(602) 






675 




(642) 


2(602) 


4(631) 


4(686) 


654 









(631) 




601 


2(595) 






(631) 




567 


4(595) 


2(642) 


2(602) 


4(631) 


(676) 


595 


+ 22(595) 




5(602) 


2(631) 


4(676) 


642 


+ 


9(642) 


(602) — 


2(631) 




602 


5(595) 


(642) + 


27(602) 


8(631) 


(686) 3(676) 


631 


2(595) 


2(642) 


8(602) + 41(631) 


7(676) 


686 






(602) 


+ 


9(686) 4(676) 


676 


4(595) 


— 


3(602) 


9(631) — 


4(686) + 58(676) 


636 








3(631) 


(676) 


581 










— 3(676) 


612 


(595) 






3(631) 


10(676) 


608 






(602) 


3(631) 


2(676) 


618 


2(595) 






3(631) 


10(676) 


641 










13(676) 


651 












573 






• 






589 












622 


_ 










575 












671 


3(558) 










709 


— 2(558) 










647 


7(558) 


4(617) 






1 


558 


+ 16(558) 


4(617) ' 








617 


4(558) + 15(617) 


7(633) 






633 




7(617) + 


11(633) 


4(635) 




635 






4(633) + 


5(635) 


(669) 


669 


it 






(635) + 


6(669)— 5(724) 


724 










5(669)+ 8(724) 


624 










3(724) 


741 












619 










\ 


640 












708 












628 












685 













OBSEBVATIONS OF OBMOND STONE. 



307 



648 


^ 


. 






621 










675 










654 










601 










567 


(636) 




« 




595 







(612) 


2(618) 


642 










602 






(608) 




631 


3(636) 




3(612)— 3(608) — 


3(618) 


686 








• 


676 


(636) 


3(581) 


10(612) 2(608) 


10(618) 13(641) 


636 


+ 8(636) 


(581) - 


(612) 


(618) 


581 


(636) + 12(581) 


3(612) 


3(618)— 2(641) 


612 


(636) — 


3(581) + 113(612) 3(608) 


49(618) 25(641) 


608 







3(612) + 16(608) — 


4(618) 3(641) 


618 


(636) 


3(581) - 


49(612) 4(608) + 116(618) 26(641) 


641 




2(581) 


25(612) 


16(618) + 98(641) 


651 







18(612) 3(608) 


18(618) 28(641) 


573 








- (641) 


589 










622 










575 










671 










709 










647 








' 


558 










617 


• 








633 










635 










669 


• 








724 


— 3(624) 






\ 


624 


+ 8(624) 


5(741) 






741 


5(624) + 


9(741) - 


4(619) 




619 





4(741) + 


10(619)- 6(640) 




640 






6(619) + 12(640) 


6(708) 


708 






- 6(640) + 


11(708) 5(628) 


628 






1 — 


5(708)+ 9(628) 


685 






_ 


- 4(628) 



308 



NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 



648 






+ 


2 = 


558 - 26.6 


621 






+ 


27 = 


567= 7.1 


675 






+ 


19-0 


573 - 17.1 


654 






+ 


2 — 


575 — 19.3 


601 








2-0 


581 — 10.8 


567 




• 


+ 


14-0 


589 - 16.8 


595 


• 







10-0 


595 — 9.0 


642 






+ 


8-0 


601 = 7.7 


602 

• 


• 







13-0 


602 — 8.3 


631 






+ 


38-0 


608 — 9.9 


686 








7-0 


612 - 11.1 


676 






+ 


19 = 


617 - 29.2 


636 









4-0 


618 - 12.0 


581 






+ 


5-0 


619 = 47.9 


612 


18(651) 




+ 135-0 


621 — 5.3 


608 






+ 


13 = 


622 = 17.5 


618 


- 18(651) 






21 = 


624 = 44.1 


641 


28(651) 


(573) 




6 — 


628 - 59.7 


651 


+ 81(651) — 


4(573) 




220 = 


631 - 7.9 


573 


4(651) + 12(573) + 


2-0 


633 - 31.1 


589 


5(651) 


(573) + 


116 -0 


635 = 34.2 


622 


8(651) 


2(573) + 


51 = 


636= 9.9 


575 





4(573) 




68-0 


640 = 51.6 


671 






+ 


61 — 


641 - 12.7 


709 






+ 


18-0 


642— 5.8 


647 








130 = 


647 = 25.5 


558 








18-0 


648 = 5.7 


617 


• 






15-0 


651 — 15.9 


633 








2-0 


654 - 5.8 


635 








8-0 


669 = 39.0 


669 


■ 







2-0 


671 — 22.2 


724 






+ 


10 = 


675 - 6.2 


624 









9-0 


676 - 10.3 


741 






— 


6-0 


685 — 62.0 


619 






+ 


11 = 


686 - 9.0 


640 






+• 


5 = 


708 — 56.2 


708 


% 


. 




9 = 


709 = 23.8 


628 


— 4(685) 







8-0 


724 = 39.6 


685 


1 + 4(685) 






9 = 


741 - 45.0 



OBSERVATIONS OP ORMOND STONE. 



309 



CompariDg the above solution with the photometric catalogue (pp. 
300-4), the following equations were obtained, of the form ^ 

a? + ay + a^s = J , 



in which 



« = i0^-3, 



i = m — 10, 

g being the observed brightness expressed in grades as given in the above 

solution, and vi the corresponding magnitude as given in the photometric 

catalogue : * 

558 X — 0.34 y + 0.12 s = + 0.4 

573 X — 1.29 y + 1.66 3 = + 2.0 

575 X — 1.07 y + 1.14 3 = + 2.1 

589 X — 1.32 y + 1.74 z = +' 2.5 

635 X + 0.42 y + 0.18 s = — 0^5 

669 X + 0.90 y + 0.81 s == — 1.4 

671 X — 0.78 y + 0.61 = + 1.8 

685 X + 3.20 y + 10.24 2 = — 4.9 

686 X — 2.10 y + 4.41 = + 3.0 

708 a? + 2.62 y + 6.86 3 = — 3.2 

709 a; — 0.62 y + 0.38 2 = + 1.4 
724 X + 0.96 y + 0.92 z = — \A 
741 a? + 1.50 y + 2.25 s = — 2.2 

647 and 654 were omitted, as a preliminary examination showed a 
difference in brightness for each of these stars of more than one magni- 
tude between the brightness given in the photometric catalogue and that 
obtained by observation here. 

The normal equations ob1;ained from the above equations were : 
13.0 X -{- 2.1 y + 31.3 3 + 0.-4 = , 
2.1 X + 31.3 y + 40.3 z + 47.0 == , 
31.3 X + 40.3 y + 185.6 z + 54.8 = ; 

the solution of which gave 

a? = + 0.21 , 

y = -1.50, 

z = 0.00 ; 



310 
whence 



NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-*94. 



m = 10 + b = 10 + x + 
= 14.71 — 0.15 ff , 



10 



g-9 



y 



by means of which the observed magnitudes of the different stars were 
obtained from the brightnesses given in grades on p. 308. In the follow- 
' ing table, — ^ is the difference between the observed magnitudes and 
the magnitudes given in the photometric catalogue. 



' Bond. 


If agnitnde. ■ 


-0. 


Bond. 


Magnitude. 


0— c. 


658 


10.72 + 


0.32 


635 


9.58 


+ 0.08 


567 


13.65 


■ . 


636 


18.22 


... 


573 


12.15 + 


0.15 


640 


6.97 


* • ■ 


675 


11.81 


0.29 


641 


12.81 


• • • 


581 


13.09 

1 


1 . ■ 


642 


• 13.84 


... 


589 


12.19 i 


0.31 


647 


10.89 


1.51 


595 


13.36 


• • 


648 


13.85 


• • ■ 


601 


13.56 


• « 




651 


12.32 


... 


602 


13.47 


• 1 




654 


13.84 


+ 1.24 


608 


13.22 

1 


1 • 1 




669 


8.86 


+ 0.26 


612 


13.05 


» • 1 




671 


11.38 


-0.42 


617 


10.33 


» • « 




675 


13.78 


... 


618 


12.91 


1 • 1 




676 


13.17 


... 


619 


7.52 

1 


1 • 1 




685 


5.41 


+ 0.31 


621 


13.91 


k • « 




686 


13.36 


+ 0.36 


622 


12.09 


• • 




708 


6.28 


0.52 


624 


8.09 : 


1 • 4 




709 


11.14 


— 0.26 


628 


6.75 


» • 1 




724 


8.77 


+ 0.17 


631 


13.52 

1 


■ • 


« 


741 


7.96 


+ 0.16 


633 


10.05 


■ ■ 








t 



0B8EBYATI0N8 OF OBMONI) STONE. 



311 



Observed Magnitudes for Each Night. 



In the following mean results for each night, estimates of differences 
greater than 5 grades were omitted, and in cases in which the star was 
brighter (or fainter) than all those with which it was compared, differ- 
ences of more than 3 grades were rejected. The asterisks refer to the 
notes on the individual stars. The following abbreviations are employed : 
<, fainter than; >, brighter than ; gl., glimpsed, not seen steadily, or 
only occasionally ; inv., invisible ; susp., suspected. 



P«te. 


Magnitude. 


No. 
Oomp. 


Date. 


Magnitude. 


No. 
Oomp. 




55i 


i . 




567— Continued. 


1886, Oct. 


11 


10.74 


1 


1893, Oct. 


9 


13.54 


1 




13 


10.44 


1 




10 


13.10 


3 




22 


10.82 


1 


Nov. 


12 


13.32 


2 


1890, Feb. 


12 


10.70 


2 




19 


13.62 


1 




26 


10.44 


2 


1894, Jan. 


1 


13.06 


2 


1893, Oct. 


6 
8 
9 


11.14 
10.66 
10.49 


1 
2 
3 














57i 


J 


• 




10 


10.79 


2 






1 














16 


11.06 


2 1 


1886, Oct. 


11 


12.26 ' 


1 


1894, Jan. 


1 


10.89 


1 




12 


11.81 


1 




30 


10.59 


1 




18 
22 


12.32 
12.09 


2 










1 




56' 


I 




1889, Dec. 


19 
23 
12 


11.83 
12.39 
12.32 


2 
1 
1 


1886, Oct. 


8 


13.36 


1 


1890, Feb. 




10 


13.16 


1 


Mar. 


19 


12.32 


1 




11 


13.55 


1 


1893, Oct. 


6 


11.91 


5 




12 


13.78 


1 


s 


9 


12.30 


5 


1888, Nbv. 


12 


13.50 


4 




16 


12.32 


1 



312 



NEBULA OP ORION, 1886-*94. 



Date. 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Oomp. 



573 — Continoed. 



1893, Nov. 12 

19 




575 



1886, 



Mar. 
Oct. 



Nov. 



1887, Jan. 



Oct. 



4 
3 
6 
7 
8 

10 
11 
12 
13 
18 
19 
22 
24 
4 
8 

14 

3 

12 

14 



1888, 
1889, 



Nov. 12 
Sept. 27 
Oct. 2 
Dec. 19 



11.76 
12.14 
11.92 
11.79 
11.74 
11.79 
11.66 
11.99 
11.79 
11.61 
11.79 
12.10 
11.79 
11.64 
12.14 
11.84 
11.79 
11.64 
12.11 
12.14 
12.42 
11.90 
12.08 



1 

2 



1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
5 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 



Date. 



Magnitade.i 



Mo. 
Comp. 



575 — Gontinaed. 



1889, Dec. 


23 


11.80 


2 


1890, Feb. 


11 


11.80 


1 




12 


12.05 


2 




26 


12.94 


4 


Mar. 


19 


11.83 


1 


Sept. 


18 


11.74 


1 


1891, Mar. 


10 


12.32 


2 


Sept. 


25 


11.79 


1 


1892, Oct. 


10 


11.94 


6 


1893, Oct. 


6 


11.92 


6 




9 


11.84 


8 




10 


12.10 


2 




16 


12.22 


3 


1894, Jan. 


1 


11,74 


2 



581 



1886, Oct. 11 

12 

18 

1889, Dec. 23 

1890, Feb. 12 

26 
Mar. 19 

1893, Oct. 9 

10 

Nov. 12 

19 

1894, Jan. 1 



13.26 

12.32 

13.65» 

13.17 

13.05 

12.94* 

12.90 

13.28 

13.28 

12.78 

12.99 

13.39 



1 

1 

1 
1 
3 
3 
2 
9 
2 
2 
1 
3 



0B8EBTATI0NB OF OBHONO STONE. 



313 



Date. 



Hagnitnde. 



No. 
Oomp. 



589 



1886, 



1888, 
1889, 



1890, 



1891, 



Feb. 22 

Mar. 4 

Oct. 3 

6 

7 

10 
11 
12 
13 
18 
19 

« 

22 

24 

Nov. 4 

8 

14 

Nov. 12 

Sept. 27 

Oct. 2 

Dec. 19 

23 

Feb. 11 

12 

26 

Mar. 19 

Sept. 18 

Mar. 10 

Sept. 25 



12.24 
12,32 
11.72 
12.65 
12.54 
12.54 
12.62 
12.32 
12.54 
11.79 
11.79 
11.56 
12.54 
11.80 
12.29 
12.10 
12.46 
12.61 
11.96 
12.28 
12.24 
12.28 
11.55 
12.09 
12.00 
12.33- 
11.88 
12.60 



3 
2 
1 



Date. 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Oomp. 



589 — Continued. 



1892, Oct. 

1893, Oct. 



1894, Jan. 



10 

6 

9 

10 

16 

1 



595 



1886, Feb. 22 
Sept. 27 

• Oct. 7 

8 
11 
12 
13 
24 
Nov. 4 

1887, Jan. 14 
Oct. 14 

1888, Nov. 12 
1893, Oct. 10 



12.45 


7 


12.31 


3 


12.19 


6 


12.01 


2 


12.11 


1 


12.53 


3 



inv. 


• • • 


seen 


> • • 


inv. 


• • • 


13.61 


3 


13.24 


4 


12.91 


1 



13.52 
inv.? 
13.91 
13.05 
12.27 
13.32 
inv. 



601 



1886, Feb. 22 
Sept. 29 



inv. 
inv.? 



1 
1 



314 



NEBXnA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 



Date. 




Magnitude. 


No. 
Comp. 


Date. 


Magnitude. 


No. 
Gomp. 


601 


L — Continued. 


1 
• • • 


1886, Feb. 


608 
22 inv. 




1886, Oct. 


3 


inv. 


... 




10 


inv. 


1 

« • • 


Oct. 


7 


sasp. 


... 




11 


13.56 


4 


1 


10 


13.50 






12 


inv. 


... 


j 


11 


12.98 




Nov. 

1 


14 


inv. 


0) 


1 


12 


12.91 




1888, Nov. 


12 


inv. 


. . . 


1 


18 


12.81 




1890, Feb. 


12 


inv. 


... 




24 


13.00 




1893, Oct. 


10 


inv. 


1 
. . * 


Nov. 


4 


13.21 




• 






1 


1 
I 

Dec. 


14 
17 


13.17 
13.52 






602 












t 1887, Jan. 


3 


13.13 




1886, Sept. 


29 


seen 


• •• 1 


Oct. 


14 


12.81 




Oct. 


6 


13.52 


1 


1888, Nov. 


12 


<595 


... 




8 


13.29 


2 


1890, Feb. 


26 


' inv. 


... 




10 
11 
22 


13.43 
12.19 
13.50 

■4 i^ e%t^ 


2 
1 
1 


1893, Oct. 


6 


inv. 


... 






61i 


2 


* 




24 


13.68 


2 










Nov. 


6 


13.35 


1 


1886, Oct. 


6 


13.36 


2 




8 


13.69 


1 




7 


12.80 


1 




14 


inv. 


0) 




8 


13.04 


1 




18 


inv. 


3 




10 


13.36 


1 


1887, Jan. 


3 


13.52 


1 




11 


13.08 


•2 


1888, Nov. 


12 


13.38 


2 


• 


12 


13.06 


2 


1890, Feb. 


12 


inv. 


... 1 


1 
[ 


18 


13.24 


1 


Sept. 


18 


13.22 


1 




19 


12.64 


1 


1893, Oct. 


9 


seen 


... 




22 


12.69 


4 




10 


13,46 


I 




24 


12.94 


. 2 



OBSERVATIONS OF OBUOND STONE. 



315 



Date. 


Magnitude. 


No. 
Comp. 


* Date. Magnitude. 

1 
1 

617— Continued. 
1890, Feb. 26 10.27 


No. 
Comp. 


612 — Continued. 




1886, Nov. 4 


12»80 


■ 4 


• 
1 


7 


13.04 


2 


1893, Oct. 


10 


10.35 


1 


■ 14 


12.94 
13.11 


1 
2 










1887, Jan. 3 




618 




14 


13.36 
12.70 


2 
3 

1 


1 




12.90 




1888, Nov. 12 


1 

1886, Oct. 


6 


2 


1889, Sept. 27 


12.11 


1 




7 


13.23 


1 


Oct. 2 


12.60 


3 




8 


13.11 


1 


Dec. 23 


13.04 


3 




10 


13.41 


1 


1890, Feb. 11 


13.21 


1 


1 


11 


12.97 


3 


12 


13.08 


4 


* 


12 


13.02 


4 • 


26 


13.22 


5 


1 


18 


12.74 


1 


Mar. 19 


12.46 


2 




19 


12.51 


1 


Sept. 18 


13.18 


3 


• 


22 


13.13 


4 


1891, Mar. 10 


12.88 


3 




24 


13.00 


2 


1893, Oct. 9 


13.01 


4 

1 


Nov. 


4 


12.84 


4 


10 


13.39 


5 




8 


13:14 


2 


16 


13.19 


5 




14 


13.23 


1 


Nov. 12 


13.27 


3 


1887, Jan. 


3 


12.75 


2 


19 


12.61 


3 




14 


12.81 


1 


1894, Jan. 1 


12.97 


3 


1888, Nov. 

1889, Sept. 


12 

27 


12.76 
12.48 


3 


, 






1 


61'; 


r 




Oct. 


2 


12.84 


3 


— _ 




1 


Dec. 


23 


12.85 


3 


1886, Oct. 11 


10.04 


1 


1890, Feb. 


11 


12.84 


1 


18 


10.12 


3 




12 


12.89 


5 


22 


10.20 


3 




26 


12.91 


5 


1890, Feb. 12 


10.46 


2 ' 


Mar. 


19 


13.04 i 


2 



316 



NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 



Bate. 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Oomp. 



618 — Continued. 



1886, 


Oct. 5 


6.97 




11 


7.39 




18 


7.46 




• 22 


7.50 


1890, 


Feb. 12 


7.54 




Mar. 4 


inv. 



1886, 



Sept 
Oct. 



Nov. 



1 
1 
2 
1 



Date. 








- 


— 




1*890, 


Sept. 


18 


12.96 


4 


1891, 


Mar. 


10 


12.74 


3 


1893, 


Oct. 


9 


12.85 


5 , 






10 


12.90 


5 

1 






16 


12.83 


6 




Nov. 


12 


12.58 


5 






19 


12.76 


1 

3 ; 


1894, 


Jan. 


1 


12.87 


3 






6V. 


) 





621 


1 
1 


. 29 


gl- 


« • • 


6 


13.54* 


2 


8 


13.82* 


2 


13 


seen 


• • • 


24 


14.01 


2 


4 


13.80 


2 , 


8 


13.78 


1 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Comp. 



621 — Oontinaed. 



1888, Nov. 
1890, Feb. 
Sept. 
1893, Oct. 



12 
12 
18 
9 
10 
16 



13.96 
inv. 
seen 
13.97 
13.96 
13.96 



622 



1886, Feb. 
Mar. 
Oct. 



Nov. 



1887, Jan. 



22 

4 

3 

6 

7 

8 

10 

11 

12 

13 

18 

19 

22 

24 

4 

8 

14 
3 



12.11 
11.89 
12.04 
11.67 
11.92 
12.06 
12.12 
12.00 
11.92 
12 . 36 
12.05 
12.00 
12.26 
11.92 
12.51 
11.62 
12.25 
11.94 



1 

5 
2 



1 

1 

2 

3 

1 

2 

3 

1 

1 

2 

4 

1 

4 

1 

4 

3 

2 

1 



OBBEBVATIONS OF ORMOND STONE. 



317 



Date. 



Magnitude ^^^_ 



622— Continued. 



1887, 


Jan. 


12 


12.04 






14 i 

1 


12.00 




Oct. 


14 


inv. 


1888, 


Nov. 


12 


11.36 


1889, 


Sept. 


27 


11.81 




Oct. 


2 


11.94 




Dec. 


23 


12.32 


1890, 


Feb. 


11 


12.00 






12 


12.30 






26 


12.42 




Mar. 


19 


12.49 




Sept. 


18 


12.54 


1891, 


Mar. 


10 


11.55 




Sept. 


25 


12.16 


1892, 


Oct. 


10 


12.29 


1893, 


Oct. 


6 


12.17 






9 


11.92 






10 


12.09 




• 


16 


11.70 


1894, 


Jan. 


1 


12.17 



624 



1886, 


Oct. 


11 




• 


18 
22 


1890, 


Feb. 


12 



8.41 
7.77 
7.96 
7.89 



1 
1 

. • 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
2 
1 
3 
2 
1 
8 
3 
3 
2 
5 
4 



Date. 



1 

2 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Comp. 



625 



1886, Mar. 


4 


Sept. 


29 


Oct. 


10 


* 


12 


1890, Feb. 


11 




12 


1893. Oct. 


10 



inv. 
inv. 
inv. 
inv. 
inv. 
inv. 
inv. 



628 



1886, Oct. 18 
1890, Feb. 12 



5.49 
5.84 



631 



1886, Feb. 
Oct. 



Nov. 



2 

2 



22 


inv. 


« • • 


3 


12.62 


1 


6 


13.54 


2 


7 


13.52 


1 


8 


12 . 98* 


2 


10 


13.05 


4 


11 


13.17 


1 


12 


13.62 


1 


13 


13.36 


1 


22 


13.49 


1 


24 


13.02 


1 


4 


13.32 


1 



318 



NEBDLA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 





Date. 

631— Coi 


Magnitude. 


No. 
Gomp. 


Date. 


Magnitude. 

636 


No. 
Comp. 




itinned. 






1886, 


Nov. 8 


13.02 


1 


1886, Oct. 


7 


13.12 


1 




U 


13 . 84* 


1 




8 


13 . 74* 


1 


1887, 


Jan. 3 


13.47 


1 




22 


3.12 


2 




14 


13.64 


1 


Dec. 


17 


13.39 


1 


1888, 


Nov. 12 


13.61 


4 


1888, Nov. 


12 


13.58 


2 


1890, 


Feb. 12 


13.50 


1 


890, Feb. 


12 


inv.* 


• • • 




Sept. 18 


seen 


• • • 




26 


13.09 


1 


1893, 


Oct. 9 


13.56 


1 


Sept. 


18 


13.47 


1 




10 


13.72 


3 


1893, Oct. 


9 


13.34 


1 




16 


13.55 


1 




10 


13.35 


2 










1894 Jan 


1 


13 37 


3 








1 


x^«/^, c/nij. 


A 


JLtJ * Cr 1 


tf 



633 



1886, Oct. 



1890, Feb. 
1893, Oct. 



11 
18 
22 
12 
10 



10.18 

10.04 

9.91 

9.88 

10.03 



1 
4 
3 
1 
1 



635 



1886, 


Oct. 


11 

8 

22 


1890, 


Feb. 


12 


1893, 


Oct. 


10 







9.74 


1 


9.60 


2 


11.08* 


1 


9.38 


2 


9.60 


1 



640 



1886, Oct. 



1890, Feb. 



5 
11 

18 
22 
12 



7.52 


1 


7.07 


1 


7.27 


1 


6.63 


2 


7.07 


1 



641 



1886, Oct. 



3 


12.62 


1 


6 


12.50 1 


5 


7 


12.05 , 


2 


8 


12.32 


1 



0B8EBTATI0N8 OP ORMOND STONE. 



319 



Date. 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Comp. 



1887, 

1889, 
1890, 



1891, 
1892, 
1893, 



641 —Continued. 



1886, Oct. 



Nov. 



Jan. 
Oct. 



10 

11 

12 

13 

18 

19 

22 

24 

4 

8 

14 

3 

14 



Dec. 23 

Feb. 11 

12 

26 

Mar. 19 

Sept. 18 

Sept. 25 

Oct. 10 

Oct. 9 

10 

16 

Nov. 12 



1894, Jan. 



19 
1 



12.26 

12.39 

12.32 

12.36 

12.75 

13.50 

13.15 

12.78 

12.70 

12.58 

12.87 

12.62 

13.22 

13.17 

12.90 

13 . 50* 

12.73 

13.16 

12.56 

12.29 

12.37 

12.78 

12.39 

12.91 

13.00 

13.17 

12.24 



2 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
3 
4 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
5 
4 
1 
1 
3 
6 
1 
3 
3 
3 
2 



Date. 



Magnitude.' 



No. 
Comp. 



I — 



642 



1886, Oct. 3 

6 
7 
8 

10 

11 

12 

22 

24 

Nov. 8 

14 

1890, Feb. 12 

1893, Oct. 10 



fluap. 
snap. 

inv. 
seen 

inv. 
13.9* 
13.5* 
13: 9* 

susp. 
seen 
13 . 52* 

inv. 
13.56 



Ad 642 



1886, Oct, 


11 


• 


12 




22 


1890, Feb. 


12 


1892, Oct. 


10 


1893, Oct. 


10 



647 



1886, Mar. 4 
Oct. 6 



10.93 
10.93 



1 
1 
1 



14.2* 


1 


14.2* 


1 


14.2* 


1 


inv. 


• • 


inv. 


S 


14.19 


2 



1 

2 



320 



NEBULA OF ORION, 1886-94, 



Date. 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Gomp. 



1891, 
1892, 
1893, 



647 — Continued. 



1886, Oct. 7 

8 
10 
11 
12 
13 
18 
'22 
24 
Nov. 4 

1889, Oct. 2 

1890, Feb. 12 

26 
Sept. 18 
Mar. 10 
Oct. 10 



Oct. 



1894, 



Nov. 
Jan. 



6 

9 

10 

16 

8 

1 

30 



10.93 

11.23 

11.23 

10.93 

11.29 

11.02 

11.30 

11.24 

11.08 

10.93 

11.00 

10.87 

11.02 

10.93 

11.38 

11 . 58* 

10.76 

11.06 

10.80 

10.87 

10.93 

10.72 

10.98 



648 



1886. Oct. 



7 
8 



13.97 
13.84 



1 
1 

1 
2 
1 
3 
2 
4 

a 

1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
1 
9 
4 
8 
3 
4 
1 
1 
2 



1 
1 



Date. 



Magnitnde. 



No. 
Oomp. 



648 — Continued. 



1886,Oct. 22 
Dec. 17 
1888, Nov. 12 
1890, Feb. 12 
1893, Oct. 10 

16 



1886, Oct. 



Nov. 

1887, Jan. 

1888, Nov. 

1889, Oct. 
Dec. 

1890, Feb. 



651 



3 

6 

7 

8 

10 

11 

12 

13 

18 

19 

24 

4 

8 

14 

12 

2 

23 

11 

12 



13.62 
13.78 
13.64 
inv.* 
13.91 
13.71 



12. 


.94 


13 


.04 


12 


.36* 


12 


.81 


12. 


.70 


12. 


.74 


12. 


.95 


12. 


.51 


12. 


.48 


12. 


.83 


12. 


.33 


11 


.98 


12. 


35 


12 


.36 


12 


.37 


12. 


.76 


12. 


.49 


12. 


.36 


12. 


.12 



1 

2 
2 

« m 

1 
1 



2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
1 
2 



OBSEBVATIONS OF ORHOND STONE. 



321 



Date. 



1886, 



Magnitude. 




651 — Continued. 



1890, 


Feb. 


26 


12.33 


2 




Mar. 


19 


12.15 


1 




Sept. 


18 


12.56 


2 


1891, 


Mar. 


10 


12.53 


1 


1892, 


Oct. 


10 


12.50 


10 


1893, 


Oct. 


6 


gl- 


■ • • 






9 


12.55 


3 






10 


12.61 


4 






16 


12.03 


4 




Nov. 


12 


12.47 


3 


1894, 


Jan. 


1 


12.21 


4 



652 



1893, Oct. 



Nov. 



1894, Jan. 




654 



Feb. 12 
Mar. 4 
Sept. 30 
Oct. 3 

7 



seen 
inv. 



mv. 
inv. 



Magnitude. 



654 — Continued. 



1886, Oct. 10 

12 
18 
22 
24 

Nov. 8 
14 

Dec. 17 

1887, Jan. 3 

14 

1888, Nov. 12 

1889, Sept. 27 
Oct. 2 
Dec. 19 

1890, Feb. 12 

26 

10 

9 

10 

16 

Nov. 12 

19 

Pec. 27 

1894, Jan. 1 



1892, Oct. 

1893, Oct. 



657 



mv. 

inv. 

inv. 
13.80 
14.08 

inv. 

inv. 
13.54 

susp. 

snap. 

inv. 

inv. 
12.92 

inv. 

inv. 
inv.* 

inv. 

13.78 

13.28 

inv. 
13.28 
13.11 
12.96 
12.72 



No. 
Oomp. 



1 
1 



1 

4 

• • ■ 

2 
3 
1 
9 



1893, Oct. 10 I 11 . 60 



322 



NEBUIA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 



Date. 



Magnitnde. 



Ho. 
Oomp. 



657 — Continued. 



1893, Nov. 



1894, Jan. 



8 
12 
19 

1 
30 



11.06 


1 


11.68 


1 


11.60 


2 


10.59 


1 


10.73 


1 



663 



1893, Oct. 16 

Nov. 12 

19 



12.53 
13.01 
12.95 



1886, 


Oct. 


11 


8.77 






18 


8.77 


1890, 


Feb. 


12 


8.77 











671 



1886, Mar. 4 
Sept. 29 
Oct. 6 



11.46 
11.35 
11.33 



Date. 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Gomp. 



3 
3 

7 







666 




1893, 


Oct. 


9 


13.45 


5 






669 















1 

2 
1 



2 
1 
3 



671 — Oontinaed. 



1886, Oct. 7 

8 

10 
11 
12 
13 
19 
22 
24 
Nov. 4 
8 

1887, Oct. 14 

1889, Sept. 27 
Oct. 2 

1890, Feb. 12 

26 
Mar. 19 
Sept. 18 

1891, Mar. 10 

1892, Oct. 10 

1893, Oct. 6 

8 

9 

10 

16 

Nov. 8 

1894, Jan. 30 



11.23 
11.09 
11.04 
11.42 
11.26 
11.29 
11.05 
11.22 
11.36 
11.64 
11.72 
12.14 
11.60 
11.46 
11.34 
11.34 
11.36 
11.35 
10.89 
11.13 
11.30 
11.34 
11.22 
11.23 
11.12 
11.34 
11.34 



3 
1 
3 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 
6 
4 
1 
8 
3 
4 
1 
1 



OBSERVATIONS OF ORMOND STONE. 



323 



Date. 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Gump. 



675 



1886, 



676 



Feb. 


22 


snsp. 


• • 


Sept. 


27 


seen 


• • 


Oct. 


3 


12.02 


1 




6 


13.27 


2 




8 


12.98 


1 




10 


13.08 


3 




11 


13.37 


3 




12 


13.23 


1 




18 


seen 


• • 



-^1886 


, Mar. 


4 


seen 


• • • 




Sept. 


29 


inv.? 


• • • 




Oct. 


10 


13.51 


1 






11 


seen 


. • • 






12 


13.58 


2 






22 


13,77 


3 




Nov. 


4 


13.64 


1 


1888, 


Nov. 


12 


13.72 


1 


1889, 


Oct. 


2 


seen 


• • • 




Dec. 


23 


inv. 


• • • 


1890, 


Feb. 


12 


inv. 


• • • 




Sept. 


18 


seen 


• • • 


1892, 


Oct. 


10 


inv. 


0) 


1893, 


Oct. 


10 


13.54 


2 






16 


13.91 


1 



Date. 



Magnitnde. 



No. 
Oomp. 



676 — Continned. 



1886, Oct. 
Nov. 

1887, Jan. 
Oct. 

1888, Nov. 

1889, Dec. 

1890, Feb. 



Mar. 
Sept. 

1891, Mar. 

1892, Oct. 

1893, Oct. 



Nov. 



1894, Jan. 



22 
24 

4 
14 

8 
14 
12 
23 
11 
12 
26 
19 
18 
10 
10 

6 

9 
10 
16 
12 
19 

1 



677 



13.20 
13.15 
13.48 
13.02 
13.67 
13.04 
13 . 39 
12.83 
13.08 
12.95 
12.90 
12.78 
12.66 
13.28 
12.50 
sosp. 
12.92 
13.12 
12.98 
12.81 
13.04 
13.27 



3 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
4 
2 
10 

. • . 

6 
1 
1 
1 
3 



1893, Oct. 9 



13.80 



324 



NEBDLA OF OBION, 1886>'94. 



Date. 


Magnitude. 


No. 
Oomp. 


Date. 


»^»*»d*'- c?mp. 


681 


688 — Continued. 






12.61 
12.25 


2 

2 




1893, Nov. 12 

19 


1886, Oct. 6 

8 
11 


inv. 
inv. 
inv. 












686 




13 


gi.* 






— — — - 






18 


inv.* 






1886, Oct. 18 


5.67 


2 


Nov. 4 


inv. 






1890, Feb. 12 


5.30 


1 


8 
14 


inv. 










snap. 






686 


• • • 


1890, Feb. 12 


inv. 




• 


1886, Sept. 29 


inv.? 


705 




Oct. 6 


inv. 
13.7* 


• • ■ 

• • ■ 


« 






8 








10 


13.65 
inv. 


5 

• « • 


1886, Oct. 22 


11.19 


1 


11 






12 


inv. 


• • • 


707 




18 


>675 


• • • 






22 
Nov. 4 


13.17 
inv. 


2 

• • • 


1893, Oct. 9 

1894, Jan. 1 


10.58 
9.31 


2 
1 


8 


inv. 
13.36 


• ■ • 

1 








1890, Feb. 11 






12 


inv. 


• • • 


708 




1893, Oct. 10 


13.49 


1 










1886, Oct. 11 


6.36 ' 








1 


688 




18 


6.09 


1 


1 


- 


22 


6.56 


2 


1886, Sept. 29 


inv.? 


••• 


1890, Feb. 12 


6.20 ! 


1 





OBSERVATIONS OF ORMOND STONE. 



325 



Date. 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Gomp. 



709 



1886, 



1887, 

1888, 
1889, 

1890, 



1891, 
1892, 
1893, 



Oct. 


11 


11.08 




12 


10.74 




13 


10.74 




18 


11.08 




19 


11.83 




22 


9.13 




24 


10.44 


Nov. 


4 


11.13 




8 


11.06 


Jan. 


3 


11.06 


Oct. 


14 


10.89 


Nov. 


12 


11.61 


Dec. 


19 


11.98 




23 


11.81 


Feb. 


12 


11.40 




26 


12.54 


Mar. 


19 


11.63 


Sept. 


18 


11.36 


Mar. 


10 


11.14 


Oct. 


10 


11.56 


Oct. 


6 


12.22 




8 


12.15 



2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
6 
3 
1 
2 
2 
8 
1 



Date. 

709 Coi 


Magnitude. 


No. 
Oomp. 


itinued. 




1893, Oct. 9 


12.35 


5 


10 


11.82 


4 


16 


11.49 


5 


Nov. 8 


12.00 


.2 


12 


11.87 


3. 


Dec. 27 


12.04 


3 


1 894, Jan. 1 


12.13 


1 


30 


11.76 


1 


724 




1886, Oct. 11 


r 

8.86 


1 


18 


8.86 


2 


1890, Feb. 12 


8.85 


2 


741 


1886, Oct. 11 


7.67 


1 


18 


7.96 


2 


22 


8.03 


1 


1890, Feb. 12 


8.09 


1 



Annual Means of Stellar Magnitudes. 

The weights assigned are the sums of the weights for the individual 
nights assuming that the latter are equal to the square root of the niimber 
of individual estimates. When a star was observed on only one night of 
a given season, the corresponding estimate was combined with those of 
another year. 



326 



NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 



1800 + 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Nights. 



Weight. ' 1800 + 



558 



86.8 


10.67 


3 


3 


90.1 


10.57 


2 


3 


93 8 


10.79 


7 


9 

1 



Magnitude. 



No. 
Nighte. 



Weight 



86.8 

88.3 
90.0 
91.0 
92.3 
93.8 



589 



86.8 
89.9 
91.0 
92.5 



567 



12.29 
12.15 
12.10 
12.49 



16 


22 


9 


10 


2 


3 


2 


4 



602 



575 



11.84 
12.12 
12.10 
12.03 
11.86 
11.96 



18 


22 


2 


2 


8 


12 


2 


2 


2 


4 


5 


10 



86.8 
91.1 



608 



612 



581 



86.8 
90.1 
93.9 



13.08 


3 


3 


13.00 


4 


6 


13.18 


5 


8 



86.9 
89.9 
90.0 
93.9 



13.02 
12.84 
13.02 
13.09 





10 
4 




15 


20 


8 


12 


2 


3 


6 


10 



OBSEBVATIOMS OF OBMOND STONE. 



327 



1800 4- 


Magnitude. 


Ho. 
Nights. 


Weight. 


1800-1- 


Magnitude. 


No. 
Nighta. 


Weight. 


617 




628 








10.13 
10.37 


3 
3 


4 
3 

• 




86.8 
91.9 


88.5 


5.66 

• 


2 


3 




86.9 
89.3 
93.8 


631 

13.29 
13.57 
13.62 


15 

2 
3 






618 

12.98 
12.85 
12.87 
12.79 


15 
8 
2 

6 








86.9 
89.9 
90.0 


21 

12 

4 

12 


17 
3 
4 


93.8 




633 








619 
7.39 


5 


6 




87.6 


86.8 
91.9 


10.05 
9.96 


3 
2 


4 
2 


621 




635 








13.82 
13.96 


6 
3 


8 
4 




87.2 
93.8 


86.8 
91.9 


9.66 
9.45 


2 
2 


2 
2 


622 




636 






12.06 
12.12 
12.17 
12.00 


1 

20 
8 
4 

1 


26 
! 10 

t 
1 

7 

1 

8 




86.8 
89.9 
91.6 
93.8 


87.2 
90.5 
93.9 

1 


13.38 
13.28 
13.36 


5 
2 
3 


6 
2 
4 




1 


640 








624 








88.5 


5.66 


2 


3 


1 87.4 


7.07 


1 

! 5 


6 



330 NEBULA OF OBION, 1886-'94. 

1 

Notes on Individual Stabs. 

In the following notes no attention is paid to discordant observations 
consisting of single estimates of magnitude. 

573. 
1890, Mar. 19 : Much > 641. 

575. 

The observations of 1890, Feb. 26, are alone sufficient to show that 

575 is almost certainly variable. See note to 581. 

1 

581. 

1886, Oct. 18 : Poor estimate. 

1890, Feb. 26 : Four comparisons with 675 alone give 11.96 ; these 
have been omitted in taking the nightly mean. 

589. 

This star is so involved in nebulosity that, although the results dififer 

greatly on different nights, and its variability seems probable, I do not 

think it by any means proven. 

595. 

The distinctness with which this star is seen varies with the defini- 
tion. No evidence of variability. 

602. 

The position of this star given on index map of 1885 is wrong. It 

is deeply involved in the nebula, but the estimates agree fairly well, except 

that of 1886, Oct. 11, which consists of a single comparison with 589. 

No evidence of variability. 

608. 

Involved in nebula. No evidence of variability. 

612 and 618. 

The mean results of the estimated differences in brightness of 612 
and 618 obtained by direct comparison, and expressed in grades, are 
given in the following table : — 



OBSEBVATIOMS OF OSMOND STONE. 



331 



1886, Oct. 6 

7 

8 

10 

11 

12 

18 

19 

22 

24 

Nov. 4 

8 

14 

1887, Jan. 3 

14 

1888, Nov. 12 



618 > 612 

+ 3 

— 1 




+ 2 
+ 3 
+ 2 

— 1 




— 1 

+ 2.6 
+ 4 




No. 
Gomp. 




618 > 612 


2 


1889, Sept. 27 


+ 4 


1 


Oct. 2 


0.7 


1 


Dec. 23 


+ 1 


1 


1890, Feb. 11 


+ 2 


1 


12 


+ 3.5 


2 


26 


• +2.5 


1 


Mar. 19 


3 


1 


Sept. 18 


+ 1.7 


4 


1891, Mar. 10 





2 


1893, Oct. 9 


+ 1.5 


4 


10 

1 


+ 3.2 




2 
1 
2 
2 
3 



16 

Nov. 12 

19 

1894, Jan. 1 



+ 2.2 
+ 3 
— 0.3 

+ 1 



1 
3 
3 
1. 
4 
4 
2 
3 
3 
4 
4 



5 



3 
3 
3 



As the individual comparisons made on a single night agree well (the 
difference between two such comparisons amounting to 3 grades on only 
two nights, and to 2 grades on only three others) one or both of these 
stars is apparently slightly variable. 

621. 

1886, Oct. 6 : liejected comparison with 589. 
1886, Oct. 8 : 633 assumed to be a mistake for 636. 
1886, Oct. 10 : Rejected comparison with 686, which is too much 
involved in the nebula to be reliable. 

622. 

1888, Nov. 12 : 625 given in the observing book assumed to be a 
mistake for 622. 



332 NEBULA OF ORION, 1886-'94. 

622 is so involved in the nebula, that although variability seems 
probable, I do not think it is by any means proven. 

625. 

The region south of 622 needs further study. 625 was looked for 
repeatedly, but probably never seen. There is no evidence of having 
seen more than two stars in the region immediately south of 622 except 
on the night of Nov. 12, 1888, of which mention is made below. After 
correspondence with Professor Safford under whose editorship Professor 
Bond's observations were published, I would be inclined to doubt the 
existence of 625, were it not for LasselFs remark, " The existence and 
positions of c and d, formerly observed, is confirmed."*. In Lassell's 
map d is given in nearly the same position as 625. I append a few notes 
bearing on the subject. 

1886, Sept. 29 : 625 not seen, nor do I remember ever to have seen it. 

1886, Oct. 8 : Sketch indicates an almost stellar condensation between 
621 and 622. 

1887, Jan. 12 : Once I thought I glimpsed 625. 

1888, Nov. 12 : 622 is not mentioned in the observing book ; whence 
I infer that these observations in reality refer to that star instead of 625. 
On this night a nova was observed south following 631. It may be that 
the so-called nova was 631, and that the star called 631 was reaUy 625. 

631. 
1886, Oct. 8 : One of the comparisons assumed to have been made 
with 636 instead of 633. 

1886, Nov. 14 : Comparison assumed to have been made with 642 

instead of 647. 

The discrepancies are large, but not necessarily due to variability, as 
the star is deeply involved in nebula. 

633. 
1886, Oct. 8 : 633 assumed to be a mistake for 636. 

635. 
1886, Oct. 22 : Estimate omitted in taking the annual means. 

* Memoirs of the Boyal Astronomical Society, Vol. XXIII, p. 56. 



OBSERVATIONS OP ORMOND STONE. 333 

636. 

1886, Oct. 8 : See note to 633. 

1890, Feb. 12 : Invisibility perhaps due to glare from 628. 

641. 

The variability of this star seems to be confirmed. 
1890, Feb. 12 : Though seen steadily is one of the faintest stars 
visible to-night. Certainly fainter than 612. 

642 and Ad 642. 

Assuming Bond's positions for 1857.0 of 647 and 651 to be correct, 

the* mean of two diagrams Oct. 8 and Oct. 11, 1896, gives the following 

positions with reference to 628 : 

a — (i^ 3 — Sq 

642 + 13".0 + 50".2 

Ad 642 + 4.1 + 51.8 

The estimates of magnitudes given to tenths are direct, and have 
been reduced by subtracting 1.8 from the estimates given in the observ- 
ing books. 642 was not seen before Oct. 8, 1886, probably because looked 
for in the wrong place. Variability suspected. 

1886, Nov. 14 : In the comparison with 631, 647 given in the observ- 
ing book is assumed to be a mistake for 642. 

647. 
The table on p. 310 shows that 647 is much brighter than formerly. 

648. 
1890, Feb. 12 : Invisibility perhaps due to glare from 628. 

651. 

1886, Oct. 7 : 651 3 641 when definition is best ; at other times 641 
3 651. 651 is at the edge of D^ and is apparently affected by the lumi- 
nosity of that condensation. Any real change in the brightness of 651 is 

therefore doubtful. 

654. 

This star is deeply involved in the nebula. Nevertheless, I think 
there can be little doubt of its variability. 

1886, Feb. 12 : Very faint, but seen most of the evening. 



334 NEBULA OF ORION, 1886-*94. 

1886, Sept. 30 : Note made from memory of observations of preced- 
ing nights : " 647 is much brighter than 654, which is much brighter than 
651," i. e. the magnitude of 654 is between 10.9 and 12.3. 

1890, Feb. 26 : Could not see any of the fainter stars. 

671 and 676. 

Slight variability suspected in one or both of these stars ; but the 
suspicion needs confirmation. 

1886, Oct. 8 : Estimate made directly ; reduced by subtracting 1.8. 

686. 

This star is located in n„ i. e. between Oi and j^,. It is so embedded 
in the nebula that it can only be seen at times, but when seen it some- 
times shines out quite distinctly. No star was seen in Oi nor in O2. 

1886, Oct. 8 : The magnitude was estimated directly and reduced by 
subtracting 1.8. 686 was not seen before, probably because not looked 

for in the right place. 

688. 

1886, Oct. 13 : 688 is certainly visible at times. This is unexpected, 
especially as the definition to-night is extremely poor. 

1886, Oct. 18 : I do not distinguish 688, but I suspect that it is 
the presence of that star which has made Q^ seem so bright. 

709. 

This star is certainly variable, with a range of two magnitudes more 

or less. 

Miscellaneous. 

1886, Sept. 30: A star suspected preceding 628 and making an 
isosceles triangle with that star and 619. 

1888, Nov. 12 : Nova observed south of 631. 

1886, Oct. 10 : ^ in n^ and ^ in n, are probably the same, assumed 
to be 686. 

1887, Feb. 24 : For B^ read i?^. 

1888, Nov. 12 : For B^ read By ; for By read By 

1894, Jan. 1 : First comparison should be 641 3 618 1 612 = 654. 
Only observations preceding September, 1890, were employed in 
determining the mean results given on pp. 286 and 310. 



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Synopsis of Descriptive Observations, 



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densations, 

Observed Brightness for Each Night, 

Photometric Catalogue of Stars, 

Determination of the Relative Brightness of Stars in the Huyghenian 
Begion, ..... 

Observed Magnitudes for Each Night, 

Annual Means of Stellar Magnitudes, 

Notes on Individual Stars, 

Miscellaneous, .... 



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287 



299 



305 
311 



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